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I do as follows

form2.show()
me.close()

The problem is that the application is closed
Posted 25-Dec-11 6:00am
Edited 25-Dec-11 6:03am
Mehdi Gholam282.9K
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Solution 2

Use
me.Hide()
instead of
me.Close()
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Solution 1

Start here:

http://www.getdotnetcode.com/GdncStore/free/Articles/VB%20NET%20Sub%20Main%20Procedure.htm[^]

And then look at this CodeProject tip/trick (it's in C#, but you should be able to translate easily enough):

Multiple Subsequent "Main" Forms in C# Apps[^]
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