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What is the Open Event for a Windows Form?

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I'm using VB.NET to develop a small app that I originally did in MS Access
VB. I can't figure out what events are triggered as a form opens and
populates its controls? I see Activate, but that does not seem to be what I
want.

Frank
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Hi,

The form first starts with the new procedure. New calls
initializecomponent which adds the controls to the form and set there
properties. Then the load event is fired.

Ken
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I'm using VB.NET to develop a small app that I originally did in MS Access
VB. I can't figure out what events are triggered as a form opens and
populates its controls? I see Activate, but that does not seem to be what I
want.

Frank

Nov 21 '05 #2

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