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How can I get a progress bar to show up on the form load of my C# Form_Load function?

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It seems like the progress bar only shows up after the processing of the form load is complete.
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Are you trying to display a progress bar to indicate how far along your form has loaded?
if so, you will need to create some sort of a splash form that would host your progress bar. That splash form is going to be invoked from your Form_Load() method and, Form_Load will need to update the splash form with current loaded percentage.

If this is not what you're looking for, please rephrase your question.
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