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The problem is that Close will do just that: close the form - and since Form1 is almost certainly the "startup form" when it closes the system automatically closes the application which closes all forms and exits completely.

I'm just guessing here but it looks like you have a login screen or similar which you want to display, then close and remove when the user logs in. That isn't the way I'd do it - particularly since your current code appears to be adding controls and handlers to a different form, which is a bad idea.

Instead, make your "main display" the startup form, and in the Load event use ShowDialog to display the login form. When that exits, the code will continue from that point and you can add your controls to the current form if the login succeeded.

That way, forms don't need to "know" what each other is doing, and closing the main form terminates the app so you don't have to hassle with it!
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