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Good Afternoon,

I've kinda hit a brickwall today with something I thought would be pretty straight forward. I have a form that loads after checking user's login credentials. I have all the "processing" functions in an independant class that I use often in other projects. The objects on the form are set to public. I understand that a c# form is a class so I thought the following would work but I can't seem to get access to manipulate the objects on the form.
DataGridView dgCallMonitor = (DataGridView)frmOpsCon.ActiveForm.Controls["dgCallMonitor"];

Any help or pointer to what I'm doing wrong would be appreciated
JB
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