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I got some form1,frm2 in my vb.net project.Can anyone tell me how can we put form1 in start up.When i goto project properties i am not getting form names,instead i get only projectname.Program...

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The forms appear fine for me in Visual Studio 2005.

Does your project compile? Are the forms public, and have a default constructor?

Have you tried ticking the 'Enable Application Framework' checkbox?

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