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Tab Control - Controlling the page displayed

Posted on 2004-08-23
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Hi,

I am using a Tab control as a wizard.

The main thing I need to do is control wich page is visible using the 'Next' and 'Back' button. In Delphi, you simply set the PageIndex property, but I can't find the same property in the vb.net tab control.

Can you help?

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'Select the second Tab Page
 
Me.tabControl.SelectedTab = Me.tabPage2
 
or
 
'Select Second Tab
 
Me.tabControl.SelectedIndex= 1
 
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Knew it would be something this simple

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