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tabs in sstab invisible

Posted on 2001-09-11
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hi experts,
how can I temporarily make a tab in a SSTAB control invisible ?
May be is this question previously answered. !

thanks in advance

ehilb
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by:Ryan Chong
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Hi

SSTab1.TabVisible(i) = True
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Hi ehilb,

This should be:

SSTab1.TabVisible(i) = True

i = Tab's Index

regards.
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Sorry:

SSTab1.TabVisible(i) = False
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