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The below code works EXCEPT for one issue: the updated string has the following value in front of it: "System.Windows.Forms.TextBox,Text:"
Why is that there and how to be rid of it? The name of the field is masterRec. Code snippets follow:
FORM1 (main code) & FORM2 are the names I give them for purposes of this post and not their operating names. Don't think I am actually using the Get/Set apparatus.

FORM1 (In part):
FormUpdate fu = new FormUpdate(hotRec);     // INSTANTIATE UPDATE FORM CLASS
fu.action = "UP";                                                      // FormUpdate Action = UPDATE
fu.masterRec = hotRec;                                                 // Set local Master Record in FormUpdate
this.Visible = false;                                                  // Turn off visibility for this form 
fu.ShowDialog();                                                       // <--------------------------  THIS IS WHERE THE OTHER FORM EXECUTES!!!
this.Visible=true;                                                     // Turn on visibility for this form[/code]


FORM2 (In total):
namespace TestDictionary
{
    public partial class FormUpdate : Form
    {        
        //  V A R S 
       
        public string masterRec { get; set; }
        public string action { get; set; }
        private string siteId, logonID, pw, date, comments;

       // public FormUpdate()
       public FormUpdate(String myMaster)
           
        {
            InitializeComponent();
        }

        private void FormUpdate_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)    // F O R M   L O A D E D
        {
            // Disassemble the Master Record into its component fields to be displayed in this form

            if (action == "UP")
            {
                string[] tokens = masterRec.Split(',');
                siteId = tokens[0];
                logonID = tokens[1];
                pw = tokens[2];
                date = tokens[3];
                comments = tokens[4];

                websiteTextBox.Text = siteId;
                logonIDTextBox.Text = logonID;
                pwTextBox.Text = pw;
                dateTextBox.Text = date;
                commentsTextBox.Text = comments;
            }

        }

        private void Perform_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)       // P E R F O R M   B U T T O N  (AFTER UPDATES)
        {
            if (action == "UP")      // If Update, return updated Master (REASSEMBLED)
            masterRec = websiteTextBox + "," + logonIDTextBox.Text + "," + pwTextBox.Text + "," + dateTextBox.Text + "," + commentsTextBox.Text + ",";              
            this.Close();
        }
    }
}

THANK YOU FOR ANY HELP!

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