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UPSIDE DOWN TABS

Posted on 2004-08-13
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HOW THE HECK DO YOU MAKE THE MICROSOFT TAB CONTROL DISPLAY THE TABS UPSIDE DOWN

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Does Microsoft tab have this catability or is there another control which microsoft wants you to use for this, or do I have to go to 3rd party controls....

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Question by:kamleshmistry
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DotNetLover_Baan earned 275 total points
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Hi there...
use the "Alignment" property of the TAB control. Options are.. Top, Bottom, Left, Right.

-Baan
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Hi,
baan is correct you control it by setting the TabControl.Alignment property to TabAlignment.Bottom. like
 
     tabControl1.Alignment = TabAlignment.Bottom

You can also change the tabs into buttons using the Appearance property and TabAppearance enums.

Regards,
venki
 
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