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Platform : Windows Forms
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Category : Form

I have two forms. How can I access a textbox on one form from the other form

One way to do this is to make the TextBox either a public property or a public field. Then you will be able to access it through the instance of its parent form. So, if TextBox1 is a public member of FormA and myFormA is an instance of FormA, then you can use code such as anywhere myFormA is known. Here is a VB project illustrating this technique.

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