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    To Start a New Form (VB 2008 Express)

    How do I start a new form? In VBA, for example, for Access, it's easy: select Forms from the left pane, then New from the toolbar. I can find no way in Visual Basic 2008 Express to accomplish the same thing. After working with the primary form, can you not allocate a second one?

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    Re: To Start a New Form (VB 2008 Express)

    Is there not a <code>Project->Add windows form</code> menu item (or something similar) as there is in VS 2005?
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    Re: To Start a New Form (VB 2008 Express)

    How can someone with 45 years experience (prior to the 1401) be so dense? Of course there is a Project->Add windows form. Thanks for a kick in the right direction.

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    Re: To Start a New Form (VB 2008 Express)

    45 years prior to 1401? How old are you? <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15>
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    Re: To Start a New Form (VB 2008 Express)

    The 1401 was one of the first IBM computers from the early '60s. It was the first one to start replacing machines using peg boards.

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