I'm using Borland C++ 5.0 and when i create a TNoteTab (specific to Borland, it functions like a tab control from Microsoft commons controls) including a lot of tabs (for instance: 10 tabs you can see and 5 hidden) , i cannot scroll the hidden tabs to select them.
this is not an "easy" question, so you should put some more "coinZ" (points) on it!
To scroll the TNoteTab you should create a TUpDown control somewhere in your window, and then send the scrolling
I am a very big proponent of technology compliance standards and strive to meet such criteria in all of my work. That includes my site, which is 100% XHTML 1.0 compliant as determined by the World Wide Web Consortium.
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