Windows Forms Application projects consist of a default form class and, in the case of C#, a default static
Program class. After creating the project, you are immediately presented with a blank, default form opened in the Windows Forms Designer. For a refresher on the basic capabilities and components of the Windows Forms Designer, see Chapter 6, “Introducing the Editors and Designers.”
Although the default project creates only a single form, you can add multiple forms at any time. This then raises the question of how to indicate at design time which form you initially want displayed at runtime (if any). There are two methods:
For Visual Basic projects, the startup form is ...