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Posted on 2006-07-19
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I had a form named "FrmSaveAs.vb".

I made a new one called "FrmSaveAs1.vb".

I deleted the "FrmSaveAs.vb", then tried to rename the "FrmSaveAs1.vb" to "FrmSaveAs.vb".

When I tried this, I got the error
"Cannot rename 'FrmSaveAs1.resx'. Cannot create a file when that file already exists."

How do I get around this?

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Question by:jackjohnson44
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apresto earned 500 total points
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Hi jackjohnson44,

Close Visual Studio,

Go the the destination on your drive where the solution exits and you will find that FrmSaveAs.vb still exists

you will need to delete it, then reload Visual Studio again

Apresto
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