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Setting captions for SSTab in run-time

Posted on 2000-05-02
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I have a form with a SSTab control (SSTab1), with two tabs. I wonder how to set the captions for the two tabs in run-time. Something like:

  SSTab1.Tab(0).Caption = "Hello"
  SSTab1.Tab(1).Caption = "Goodbye"

But this doesn't work...
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by:AzraSound
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try this:

sstab1.tab = 0
sstab1.caption = "Hello"
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Éric Moreau earned 50 total points
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Use this:
SSTab1.TabCaption(1) = "Hello"
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by:liljegren
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Wonderful. Thanks!
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