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Menustrip  no show()

Posted on 2014-01-12
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Hi Experts
In my first project
I created a form with menustrip and called the other forms with this code

form2.showdailog()

it was ok.

I created a second project and created a form with menustrip.

when try to call others forms  it does not give me option of show or showdialog .

please help.

Thanks
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Question by:b001
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I don't think the MenuStrip has anything to do with that. More likely you're not declaring the Form object correctly. If you can show your code, or upload a small sample project the illustrates your issue, we could probably help further.
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by:b001
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I have attached a screenshot.
In this project I only have created form1 and menu.
projectnew.jpg
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 500 total points
ID: 39776820
Try this:

Dim f as New Form1
f.Show

If Intellisense isn't working, try exiting Visual Studio and then reopening. Also be sure that your Windows and VS installation are fully up to date.
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by:b001
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thanks  Scott McDaniel

Dim f as New Form1
f.Show

is working fine.
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