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Need help with visual basic 2008, It is a really simple script to show another form Diaries.Show() and got an error like this Exception.InnerException

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  1. 45g23
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    An error occurred creating the form. See Exception.InnerException for details. The error is: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.

  2. 45g23
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    thats just the full error i got

  3. agdgdgdgwngo
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    You are referencing something that is not declared.

  4. 45g23
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    what does refrencing mean? Sorry english is not my main language

  5. agdgdgdgwngo
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    A reference is simply a value that allows indirect access to another value. if you do this Dim x As Integer = 8 x is now a reference to the value 8. Before you use objects make sure you declare and initialize them using the Dim statement

  6. 45g23
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    does a form have to be somehow declared before it can be showed, the form exists by the way

  7. 45g23
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    worked for other forms

  8. 45g23
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    How can i show a form named Diaries when i want to get no errors what to use: show(), Visible = true, Enabled?

  9. 45g23
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    I want to make it so that when i press a button another form will open and the form i had the button on will close

  10. agdgdgdgwngo
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    Try Me.Show() instead

  11. 45g23
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    i cant use Me.Show() when i want to show another form not the one i have button on

  12. agdgdgdgwngo
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    first form button 1 Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click Form2.Show() 'This code call the second form to be displayed Me.Hide() ' This code hides the first form when the second form is displayed. End Sub

  13. 45g23
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    ill try that, but it looks like my code

  14. 45g23
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    got error, the same

  15. 45g23
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    dont know whats wrong there

  16. 45g23
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    i get error when i try to click the button

  17. 45g23
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    its not only a show script that will show another form, just a part of my project, The project is a Menu where you can choose: Create new account Log In exit Its saves accounts to folder that it creates in shared documents it can be used to create diaries and edit them

  18. 45g23
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    i had a version of that program ready in console not forms, when i decided to take the same thing to forms, just because forms has many more features.

  19. Gary_Ahuja
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    hey if any problem u can go to this site http://www.thenewboston.com/ these are 100s of grt videos for learning VB or any other pro. language

  20. Gary_Ahuja
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    isn't this a great link

  21. Osirisis
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    "Object reference not set to an instance of an object" refers to a undeclared variable as mentioned above. You need to create an instance of the object prior to accessing it. I haven't played with VBA, but with Java it's managed by: ObjectType Objectname = new ObjectType; You should have something similar in VBA.

  22. 45g23
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    thx but i already learning from him

  23. 45g23
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    The problem i have is not something that i cant do Form1.Show() I have no idea why it does not work, its just impossible, im 100% sure that i made all correct.

  24. 45g23
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    seems like the visual basic would be mad on me.

  25. 45g23
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    By the way its not VBA its Visual Basic 2008(sorry if im stupid)

  26. 45g23
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    i have created 2 forms already so there is no change that i have to create that first, I think the computer doesn't know whats wrong too.

  27. Osirisis
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    It might be easier to help if you pasted the relevant code or attached the working project.

  28. 45g23
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    got problem fixed thx to everyone who helped!

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