Using Multipage in VB 6.0

Posted on 1999-12-14
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Hi, I'm trying to make use of teh Multipage control in VB 6.0.  for those of you who dont' know, the Multipage is a control similar to a tabstrip, only each tab is related to it's own page of controls.  As the pages switch, the displayed controls switch as well.  

I was able to use the multipage in VBA in Excel, but in Vb I have not been able to make use of it.  I was able to add it via the Microsoft Forms ocx, but then I could only edit it via edit in it's context menu, and any control I added I couldn't attach code to.  i'm looking for somethign that will work the same way the other forms do.  Thanks for you help

Also, if multipage is in some other ocx, please specifiy the file name so i can add it.  The only one I have is in the Microsoft Forms 2.0 component library.  
Question by:musaka
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Gordonp earned 800 total points
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Use the Microsoft Tabbed Dialog Control


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NOTE : It may not be included with the Standard VB package, I think it may just be in the Professional and Enterprise Editions.

Hope this helps anyway



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I have it...Thanks!

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