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Microsoft Tabbed Dialog Control 6.0

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Hi all
I am using Microsoft Tabbed Dialog Control 6.0. How do I add more Tabs so it looks seemless.
I draw the control on it gives me 3 tabs. If I draw another one it gives me another 3  tabs.
How do I remove tabs I don't want.

So in effect I want 5 tabs across my form running seemless.
I get 3 to work seemless but not others.

Any help highly appreciated
Shezad

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try changing the Tabs property to 5. Also change the tabs per row property to 5
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You could also do it at runtime:

Private Sub Form_Load()
SSTab1.TabsPerRow = 5
SSTab1.Tabs = 5
End Sub


or to add tabs you could do something like this:

Private Sub Command11_Click()
SSTab1.TabsPerRow = SSTab1.TabsPerRow + 1
SSTab1.Tabs = SSTab1.Tabs + 1
End Sub
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go to your Tab property, change your Tab Count to 5 and TabsPerRow to 5.. that's all
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