loading a form in Vb

this is very easy..
im new to VB ...
what im trying to do is allowa user to select from a menu and it loads another from which is almost exactly the same except for a contect change...
if i use form.load it loads a new window how do i make it so it it just changes the current window... i think it may be a little tricky cos the buttons they need to press are in Flash..but ive been able to use it succefully thru vb via the FScommand.. can anyone help me please..
chizzy1234Asked:
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phyderousCommented:
are you talking about vb6 or vbscript in ie ?
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vinnyd79Commented:
What is the content that is changing?
Have you tried loading the new form,then unloading the old one?

Load Form2
Form2.Show
Unload Form1
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Tai-SanCommented:
if its the content of a textbox youre changing then simply say:

text1.text = "place your text here"

if youre talking about something more sophisticated like changing the appearence like moving a button then use:

Command1.top = how far from top (10 is about 1 pixel)
command1.left = the same just from left side
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Anthony PerkinsCommented:
Any chance you can maintain the following open question:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Q_20617517.html

You were reminded by an moderator back in August, but it appears you chose to ignore him.

Anthony
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