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Visual Basic i had a prob on visual basic about the prevoius and next buttons.. what are the codes for it or the form

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Hi Buddy,

Create 2 buttons for previous and next in a form(say, current_form). take the previous form as 'prev_form' and next form as 'next_form' then
write a code in the previous button command click event as

prev_form.Show()
current_form.Hide()

write a code in the next button command click event as
next_form.Show()
current_form.Hide()

Please let me know if you have any concerns

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