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I am trying to learn inheritance and am having problems right from the start.  I created "frmBase" (the one I want to inherit) and frm2.  
In frm2 I added:  

Public Class Form2
    Inherits testapp.frmBase

End Class

I also tried just "frmbase".    I get this error  "Base class 'frmBase' specified for class 'Form2' cannot be different from the base class 'System.windows.forms.form' of one of its other partial types.

What's that mean and how do I properly inherit another form.
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