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VB.net Running a procedure behind a Custom Task Pane user control

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I have a Custom Task Pane user control shown in Image 1 below. I want to run a procedure shown in the second image. What code would I used in the AddIn startup to run this?

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CodeCruiser earned 500 total points
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Have you tried

Load_DataGridView()

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by:Murray Brown
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Hi. That doesn't work
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Any errors? Can you show more code where you are calling it?
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by:Murray Brown
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Hi. Below is the code that has the variable TpSqlEditCustomTaskPane at the top that I am trying to call from any other part of the project but can't seem to.

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Public Class ThisAddIn


    Private _tpSqlEdit As TpSQLEdit
    Public TpSqlEditCustomTaskPane As Microsoft.Office.Tools.CustomTaskPane
    Private oUserControl1 As UserControl1
    Public oRightTaskPane As Microsoft.Office.Tools.CustomTaskPane

    Private Sub ThisAddIn_Startup() Handles Me.Startup
        'Fire the Custom TaskPane
        AddTpSqlEdit()
        AddSideTaskPane()
    End Sub

    Private Sub ThisAddIn_Shutdown() Handles Me.Shutdown

    End Sub

    'Create the Custom TaskPane and Dock Bottom
    'You must Add your Control here
    Private Sub AddTpSqlEdit()
        _tpSqlEdit = New TpSqlEdit()
        TpSqlEditCustomTaskPane = CustomTaskPanes.Add(_tpSqlEdit, "SELECT Elements")
        TpSqlEditCustomTaskPane.DockPosition = Office.MsoCTPDockPosition.msoCTPDockPositionBottom
        'Show TaskPane
        TpSqlEditCustomTaskPane.Visible = True
    End Sub

    Private Sub AddSideTaskPane()
        oUserControl1 = New UserControl1
        oRightTaskPane = CustomTaskPanes.Add(oUserControl1, "FROM Elements")
        oRightTaskPane.DockPosition = Office.MsoCTPDockPosition.msoCTPDockPositionRight
        'Show TaskPane
        oRightTaskPane.Visible = True
    End Sub




End Class
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by:Murray Brown
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Hi

Thank you for the help on this question
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