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Public Class Form2

    Private Sub btnGO_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles btnGo1.Click


        Dim stFirstName As String
        Dim stLastName As String
        Dim stGender As String

        stFirstName = txtFirstName.Text
        stLastName = txtLastName.Text
        stGender = txtGender.Text

        MsgBox("Hello " & stFirstName )



    End Sub
End Class


What I have tried:

btnGO is underlined and all txt. objects are underlined as an error too.
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Updated 4-Feb-23 0:41am
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Richard MacCutchan 4-Feb-23 6:36am    
Are they spelled differently in the Form?
Dave Kreskowiak 4-Feb-23 13:34pm    
Character casing also matters. "btnGO" is not the same as "BtnGo".

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It most likely means that your button and text fields are not defined on the form. This could be different spelling, or just missing items.
 
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