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Well, I'm using modal dialogs for the various forms that collect user input because, while any of those forms is open, the user should not be able to focus on any other form. It's like Word's Font dialog.

I suppose I could put all related code in each form. Then the Rename Files form would have its own code that renames files, and the Trim Pages code would have its own code that trims pages from the files.

But I understood from my Google "research" that forms should just be data input and validation devices. I thought it was better practice to have a class that deals with the collection (files, invoices, parts, whatever) that contains the logic for managing the collection, and separately a class for the individual item within the collect that would contain the logic for operating on the item.
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