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Basic .Net Concept with MasterPages and CodeBehind

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Last Modified: 2012-02-15
Ok, so I have an .aspx file that is vb. I have code in the code-behind that relate to items on the .aspx page.

I get errors from time to time on the code-behind that state:

"txtxYZ" is not declared. It may be inaccessible due to it's protection level.

I cannot figure out why I cannot always reference elements on the form from the code-behind. I'm not an expert but I understand the basic concepts and it does work on other pages. This one, however, it isn't. I have run into this before and just start a new web form but I'm bothered by why it happens.

Any thoughts?
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Is the control on the page itself and not within another container such as gridview, repeater, datalist etc?
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