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BOOK: Beginning Microsoft Visual Basic 2008 ISBN: 978-0-470-19134-7
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I have two panels in my form. Based on a particular condition I want Panel 1 to display. Based on a different condition I want Panel 2 to display. This works fine (I make Panel 1 visible and Panel 2 not visible, or the reverse). However, if the panels reside at the same spot on the form, only one can ever be seen. For example, Panel 1 is visible and Panel 2 is not. Yet I can't get Panel 2 to ever show unless I move the panel to a different location on the form. How can I display different panels in the same area of the form?

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