You can have forms, just make the primary form (Project > Properties > Startup Object) hidden (set visible = false under the properties for that form). The idea is that you want the program to run in the "background" correct? So there's no interaction? Chris Blessing webguy at mail.rit.edu http://www.330i.net > Hmmm. This sounds like a somewhat simple solution. Why can't I have > forms? The reason I ask is because my program uses the WebBrowser > control. I don't think its possible to use it without a form but then > again I am really a newbie to VB.