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Change tab focus on an SSTab strip?

Posted on 2004-04-02
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I want to be able to change the tab in an SSTab... I know how to return which tab is currently selected...
but I want to be able to change the focus to different tabs...
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sstab.tab=1
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Hi NO_CARRIER,

In the properties, Make sure the Field/Button you want to recieve the TAB is
Tab Stop = Yes
Tab Index = 0

Tab Index decides the sequence of where the focus goes once a Tab is pressed,
Tab Index = 0 is the First Tab to recieve focus when the Form is Open.

Hope this helps

jaffer
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