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ProgressBar .Increment // Timer .Start & .Stop

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Being new to CE - I am confused as to why - when I drop a ProgressBar or a Timer onto a Pocket PC Windows Form, I am not able to use the ProgressBar.Increment or Timer.start or Timer.stop (as the on-line help demonstrates).  - I have included the NameSpace System.Windows.Form  and have tried many others - but can't get it.  Please point me in the correct direction.

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Increment is not Supported you will have to use the Value Statement

PB.Value = PB.Value + 1 (or whatever you wanna increment by)
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And the Timer the Stop,Start are not either supported you have to use the Enabled Property
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