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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
May 8, 1997

Beginner

Question:
I'm trying to mock some screens which is pretty simple but I do need a couple of commandbuttons to bring up another screen. For example, when the user pushes the "Detail" button I want another screen to pop up that lists all of the ingredients or askes them to fill in a form.

Answer:
First of all, you have to create the second form and be sure to set the Name property. In the Command Button's Click event, execute the following code:

   SecondFormName.Show 1

Replace SecondFormName with the actual name of the second form. Show will display the window, and the number one following show will cause the window to show modally; that is, you have to hide that window before you do anything else. That window should have a Cancel button that calls this code:
   Unload Me

That line will cause the second window to go away.
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