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Old June 8th, 2005, 10:21 PM
katsarosj katsarosj is offline
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Every instance of a standard windows form is going to contain the same event handlers.

If the forms are so similar that you would use the same code in the event handlers for each of them, why don't you just use one form for everything and perform actions based upon what the user selects?

If this isn't what you want, you probably want to develop classes to utilize common methods and properties for your application (or to be used among multiple applications).