Web Forms :: How To Access Content Page Controls From Master Page

Feb 12, 2011

it is very easy to access master page control from content page like

[code]....

but how could i access controls of content page from master page. suppose a textbox there in content page and one button is there in master page. i want that when i will click on master page button then i want to show the text of textbox in the content page in the label of master page. how to achieve it.

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to whom it may concern,

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