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Hello all ,

 i am creating an application that has 7 ActiveX

Usercontorl objects.I have to link these 7 usercontrol

so that when the user clicks a button in the first user

control, the second one will be loaded.I tried Load

usercontrol2 in the click event of the usercontrol1. But

it is showing error.Anybody please help me

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A simple method.

You can keep all the controls in the form and flip the visibility whenever you want. Load method is normally used if you want to open multiple instances of same control.

There are drawbacks for this. It will take more memory and adversely affect performance.
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You can add a control at run time using the Control collection:

dim ctl as myActiveXProject.ControlName
set ctl = Me.Controls.Add("myActiveXProject.ControlName", "ControlName")
ctl.Visible = True
ctl.Move ... etc etc

look for the MSDN documentation, but that should be enough
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