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Using TNotebook/TTabSet Components???

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The Delphi help says not to use the Win3.1 Notebook/TabSet components -- specifically to replace them with a TPageControl. I have also heard that the Notebook/TabSet may not be compatable with newer (future)
versions of Windows. (Is this true?)

However, I wish to use the Notebook/TabSet components mainly for appearance sake (more pleasing user interface) instead of the TPageControl. Is this okay to do??? Or if not, does anyone know of any replacement components that give the same look?


Thanks,

Benny


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look for some TNotebook/TTabSet components at this link

http://www.torry.net/tabscontrols.htm
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