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How do I change the label/title of a Tab?

Posted on 2004-09-14
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I have a CPropertySheet that contains several CPropertyPage instances. The labels of each tab are defined in my resource file. I need to change the label of one of the tabs at runtime. How do I do this?

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Paul
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by:wayside
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The constructors for CPropertyPage all take a resource id of a string to use in the tab. You can have your derived class constructors pass that id along to the CProprtyPage constructor. This id can be calculated at runtime.


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AndyAinscow earned 200 total points
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      CString s("Hello world");
      TCITEM tabItem;
      tabItem.mask = TCIF_TEXT;

      tabItem.pszText = s.GetBuffer(0);
      pSheet->GetTabControl()->SetItem(2, &tabItem);  /pSheet is a pointer to your property sheet, this changes the text of the third tab - zero based indexing
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by:PMH4514
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AndyAinscow : would I place that code within my property sheet or within the page whose tab I need to change?
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oh,  nevermind.. I put it in OnInitDialog() of my property sheet, worked perfect. Thanks!
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by:PMH4514
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wayside - I think your solution would work as well, but Andy provided the exact answer to my question. thanks though
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