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Probably very simple - I can see how you can click a button on a Windows Mobile form and jump to another page but how do you do this in code-behind?  I have a logon form which is done asynchronously as it communicates with a web service.  When my async request completed event fires it calls a function where I check to see if the logon was successful and if so jump to the main page of the application = how do I do this though?
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For Windows Phone 7:

this.NavigationService.Navigate(new Uri("/YourNewPage.xaml", UriKind.Relative));

For WM6.X and 5

Decalare a new instance of the form you want to show and call Show()
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