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How to scroll a TNoteTab ?

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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.

How can i do to scroll the hidden tabs ?

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Mars,

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 message to the window that is holding the TNoteTab. It is not quite straight-forward.
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