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Default Code Not Declared *Student Please Help*

On Chapter 5 of Beginning VB.Net 2003 Pg 151 Structure Demo. There is a line of code that continiously says that txtFirstName,txtLastName,txtEmail are not declared.. I tried everything possible and when you also put the code as testCustomer.FirstName it is not declared as well until you put txtFirstName?? Can some one explain it to me.
For I found that the certain codes produced in the book would cancel out the ones that are most needed.

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