How do i keep a form on top of others

The Form class represents a window within an application. This includes dialog boxes, modeless windows, and Multiple Document Interface client and parent windows. In VB6 you can use a Win32API call to SetWindowPos to get a form to always stay on top. This has been simplified in VB.NET by setting Form's TopMost property as TRUE.

Dim frm As New Form2 frm.TopMost = True frm.Show()

A topmost form is a form that overlaps all the other forms even if it is not the active or foreground form. You can use this property to create a form that is always displayed in your application, such as a MessageBox window.

Public Class Form1
	Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
		Dim frm As New Form2
		frm.TopMost = True
	End Sub
End Class