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Old August 18th, 2006, 01:45 AM
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Dear Friends,

I am doing one project in vb.net 2.0 ( Express Edition 2005)in my project i am facing some problem in MDI Application plz anybody tell me how to clear that error...the problem is i have one login form after login success it opens the MDI Form...After the MDI form is loaded the Login Form remains there..I put (me.close) after mdi form opened but its closes the whole application...I want to close that Login window only. Another thing is that i want to pass data from one child to another child...please clear my error....waiting for ur suggestions

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In a MDI environment, you may use the the Hide() method of the child (Login) form. The Close() method will close the MDI form too.

Krishan Ariyawansa

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