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Old February 25th, 2004, 05:31 AM
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Quick question for someone, how do you change the startup order of the forms? They are already created however I require the splash screen to load first. Need to know how to change it.

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In the VB IDE, open up the Project Properties dialog. On the General tab there is a "Startup object" drop-down, just choose your splash form here and it will be the first form loaded when the app starts.
 
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You can also Create a Sub Main and load your forms there.
Here you can also do some validation etc before you show a form.

You have to set the Startup object to Sub Main then.

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Tom




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