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VB error ImageList cannot be modified while another control is bound to it

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i get this errror

Run-Time  error '35617':

ImageList cannot be modified while another control is bound to it


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    ImageList1.ListImages.Clear
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I have my tabcontrol bound to it

How can i un bind it so i can clear all the images?
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Before you clear the imageList set the ImageList property of the TabStrip control to Nothing:

    Set TabStrip1.ImageList = Nothing
    ImageList1.ListImages.Clear

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