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how to go into next form using custom windows control login form
Posted 20-Feb-13 0:22am
Tulesh397

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Solution 1

Dim frm2 As New Form2        
frm2.Show()
That can go after you've displayed the login form and exited or on (e.g.) the Ok button of the login form.
 
If you put the code in the login form then you will also need to hide the original ...
Me.Hide()
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