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Problems with datacontrols in multipages or designer forms?

Posted on 1998-07-16
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How do we use the datacontrol in a designer form and/or in a multipage object (in a normal and in a designer form). It appears that dblist controls are missing more then half the properties!
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juul,
Can you please explain   your problems a little more?
What do you mean by designer form?
What is "multipage object"?
Regards
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juul,
Sorry, I clicked the wrong option
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by:guyrafa
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Hi
do you have a solution, i seem to have the same problem.
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by:juul040798
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no. I've continued to use other controls becaus I didn't find an answer...sorry...
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try to switch from multipage to sstab control
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