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How do I copy a form and rename it in VS2015

I have a complicated form with a lot of controls on it. I would like to copy that form and rename it so that I can re-code the code behind the form. I am learning VB.NET and I would like to preserve a working copy of the form while I experiment with the same form using different code approaches.

I am not looking to create a new class just for this form. I am do this simply as a learning process for variations of coding within a form.
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Sonny G

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Sonny G

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Thanks for your quick response!  When I had done the copy on my own, I never knew that I had to do items #2 and #3, as you had pointed out.

I appreciate your help!!!

Thanks!!

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