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dear all,

this is a slighly ridiculous thing to have done to my own code, but i've
managed it nonetheless - i call a form with a datagrid, to display search
results. everything was working fine.

i generally do the form closing events actions in the end, so just now, i
tried a "DatagridResults.dispose" along with a couple of other .disposes
thinking i was being tidy and not using up extra resources. then i realised
that my declarations were all in the main module so maybe that wasn't smart,
and so i undid all the disposes.

now, my search form loads correctly the first time, and then for the second
time i get this error:

An unhandled exception of type 'System.ObjectDisposedException' occurred in
Additional information: Cannot access a disposed object named

i've searched and searched, but i can't find a dispose statement anywhere!
what do i do? please help!!


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