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If I have a form I wanted displayed at the same time, what is the best way of doing that?
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Nandakumar SakthivelTechnology LeadCommented:
What do you want to display at the same time ?

Thanks,
Nanda
bramsquadCommented:
something like this in your Form1_Load Event

 Dim form2 As New Form2
form2.Show()

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Gunit2507Author Commented:
I have a dialogform, that stores individual data record information. Whenever a record is double clicked on a main form I want "THIS" dialog form to display... Although it would be possible i need to display the same form more then once at the same time for diffrent records.
Nandakumar SakthivelTechnology LeadCommented:
will form.show will not work for this condition

Nanda
iboutchkineCommented:
comment from bramsquad must work

Dim form2 As New Form2
form2.Show()

you can many instances of the form

Dim form3 As New Form2
form3.Show()

Dim form4 As New Form2
form4.Show()

etc


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