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Old December 23rd, 2011, 03:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Rod Stephens View Post
When you create a Windows Forms project, by default the initial form it creates is set as the start up form. To change that, open the Project menu and select Properties. Then on the Application tab, open the Startup Form dropdown and select the form that you want to launch when the program starts.

That's all there is to it. It's easy enough if you know where to look.
Thank's Rod but that didn't work.
I repeated the try-me and created the frames in the proper order and that works fine but I also wanted to try your work-around.

When I open the application tab from the properties I have a drop-down called 'Startup object' which I guess is the one to use. When I open it I only have two choices '(Not set)' and my projectnamen ending with '_Scope.Program'. I'm not allowed to enter data eighter

Nowhere can I find my alternate frame...

Merry x-mas