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I have a tab control on my form. The tab that I open to with form load has two text controls on it.
*****Screwy part I think*******************
 If I launch the program from design view with that tab not in front. The two text boxes are no where to be found. If it is in front when I launch the text boxes are there and work fine.
 Has anyone noticed this or is it that I did or didnt do something?
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Question by:Bigway
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waty earned 50 total points
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Add a frame in the tabe, Add the textbox in a frame.
All should work fine
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by:Bigway
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waty,
 I added the frame control and then cut and pasted the text box into it. I still have the same problem. You dont think I need to make sure the text boxes are in tab 0 do you?
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by:sduckett
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Sorry Waty,
I've reproduced the problem and adding a frame first does not help in this case.
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by:waty
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Show the right frame at a time. I had this problem in the past, now, I use the tabstrip.
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by:Bigway
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Tab Strip worked for me.
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