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I have on SSTab Control.

When i call Below function from the One Button Click Event , It Will Works Finely. Ie CheckBoxes added Dynamically in appropiate tabs.

If I call the Same Function From ComboBox Click Event Checkboxes loaded Dynamically in Tab1 Only. In Tab2 also they Loaded in invisible Manner. I can't able to View those. So any One Help Me regarding this. I already play around with properties like visible


Dim lTab As Long

lTab = SSTab1.Tab

SSTab1.Tab = 0
Load Check1(1)
Check1(1).Visible = True
Check1(1).Top = Check1(0).Top + 300


SSTab1.Tab = 1
Load Check2(1)
Check2(1).Visible = True
Check2(1).Top = Check2(0).Top + 300

SSTab1.Tab = lTab


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Configure the container for each checkbox ie

Check1(1).Container = SSTab1.Tab(0)

Check2(1).Container = SSTab1.Tab(1)

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Thanks for helping. i findout the solution..

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