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The_User_Clicked_A_Button_Called anInstnace = new The_User_Clicked_A_Button_Called();
That's how you declare an instance. In order to call the method using an instance, the method must NOT be static. As far as mastering the concepts behind C#, I would really recommend this[^] book.

[Edit note]Please change your class and method names to be less cumbersome. You'll thank me in the long run.

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