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Default Toggle or swith back and forth between two views.

I have a question conecrning the MultiView Control and View controls. All I want to do is have a Multi view control on my form with two views that toggle between each other. When I click on a button on each view (Like a Next Button) I want the view to show the other view or to redisplay itself. I keep getting an error saying that the index is out of range. Any help would be greatly aapreciated.
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You might be better off using two Panels with this. Probably be a lot easier.
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