I am working with a Muti-page object, I want various things to change when one page has focus.

I want various things to change when one page has focus, however I cannot get the form to recognize which page has focus and which does not.  I have tried the following however it did not work.  If there is a different type of object that I should use please let me know I am all ears!  Thanks for any help!!

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Private Sub MultiPage1_Change()
    If MultiPage1.Value = Page1 Then
        CommandButton20.Visible = False
        CommandButton21.Visible = False
        CommandButton22.Visible = False
        CommandButton23.Visible = False
        CommandButton24.Visible = False
        CommandButton25.Visible = False
        cmdPOP.Top = 24
        cmdPOP.Left = 636
        CBNotice.Top = 42
        CBNotice.Left = 666
        Label5.Visible = True
    ElseIf MultiPage1.Value = Page2 Then
        CommandButton20.Visible = True
        CommandButton21.Visible = True
        CommandButton22.Visible = True
        CommandButton23.Visible = True
        CommandButton24.Visible = True
        CommandButton25.Visible = True
        cmdPOP.Top = 24
        cmdPOP.Left = 636
        CBNotice.Top = 42
        CBNotice.Left = 666
        Label5.Visible = False
    End If
End Sub
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Mike TomlinsonMiddle School Assistant TeacherCommented:
Try:

If MultiPage1.Value = 0 Then

ElseIf MultiPage1.Value = 1 Then

ElseIf ....

End if

or:

Select Case MultiPage1.Value
     Case 0

     Case 1

     Case ...

End Select


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