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Hi All!

   I'm programming VB6 on Win 7.  I was wondering how when a form is brought up that forms underneath are not able to be brought back into focus.  I thought there was a configuration for that.  I tried using a MDI but that doesn't seem to make a difference.

Thanks - Zack
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Show your form as "modal" like this:

    someFrm.Show 1

This will prevent access to the other forms until that form is dismissed.
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That did it thanks!!
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