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How do I UN-highlight text that has been passed to a new textbox

Posted on 2006-06-20
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I wrote an application that passes text from one form to another.  The second form houses a locked text box that displays some information that has been compiled and parsed on over to the second form.  Everything works great except for the fact that when the second form displays, it displays the text box with highlighted information.  How do I UN-highlight that information being displayed in the text box?  How would I code it so that it doesn't have a blue selection graphic all over as if  you dragged the mouse all over the text box?
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TextBox1.SelectionStart = 0
TextBox1.SelectionLength = 0
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Thank you very much vadim63
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Good luck. Thanks for the points.
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