I grew up on VB.Net. From there, in a routine, I could instantiate a form, and access controls that I had put on that form, like a textbox. Further, after hiding the form, I could read public properties that got set on the form. I am trying to do this in C# and according to the intellisense, neither is accessible.
so, in Form 1, for example I say
Form f = new MyOtherForm();
If you want to see the properties of MyOtherForm, you should declare the form as MyOtherForm:
MyOtherForm f = new MyOtherForm();
Beside that, you should also check if the property you are looking for is set as