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Posted on 2003-10-27
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I'm using Microsoft Tabbed Dialog Control 6.0 . I have a couple of questions .

1) is it just fixed to 3 tabs ? If not , then how can i increase/reduce the tabs ?


2) In Form1 , i have cmd1 , cmd2 ,and cmd3 . All are commandbuttons.

how can i do that when i click cmd1 , it'll show Tab1 , cmd2 will show tab2 etc.. , which the Tab is at Form2 ?
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1. rightclick | properties | tab count
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Private Sub CommandX_Click()
  ssTab.Tab = X 'where 0 is the first tab
End Sub
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