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Old April 23rd, 2006, 01:29 AM
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How to display windows form dynamicaly in VB.net

You Enter the form name in textbox . after that u assign that text in the text box to a variable. We need to show the form stored in that variable now without any conditions like "if" conditions..
 
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Dim ChosenForm As New frmSomething
        ChosenForm.ShowDialog()
        Me.Close()

This should open the new form and close the current one.
There has to be an IF, select case or something if there are several forms to choose from.

Chris



 
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You want to force the user to know the name of a form before you show it? I suggest you re-think your logic.

How is the user supposed to intuitively know what the names of your forms are? You are much better off allowing them to select what form to display from some type of list that is pre-generated, then show a particular form based on the selection.




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