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Posted on 2006-11-20
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How can I change dynamicly the title (color and make it bold) of a TabPage in a TabControl? Because I added the TabPages dynamicly, I want to do it by using the TabPageIndex.
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by:Éric Moreau
ID: 17978253
Hi ICSAutomation,

see http://dotnetrix.co.uk/tabcontrols.html

Cheers!
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by:ICSAutomation
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Thank's so far.
I can change the Background of the tabpage, but the square, where the title is written, doesn't change the color. How can I also change the color of the square?
And how can I change the style of the title. I want to write it fat....
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by:Éric Moreau
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check these examples from the link above:
How to Change the colours of a Tabcontrols Header Item.
A Completely OwnerDraw TabControl.
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by:ICSAutomation
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very well, the I could set the backgroundcolor.
But I couldn't see how to change the textstyle of the title. I want, that it appears fat.
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Éric Moreau earned 450 total points
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You surely have overriden the DrawItem event. This is the place where you need to modify it.

Here is an example of something I did to bold the text of the selected tab:
If CBool(e.State And DrawItemState.Selected) Then
    Dim f As Font = New Font(e.Font, FontStyle.Bold)
    e.Graphics.DrawString(Me.TabPages(e.Index).Text, f, Brushes.Red, r2, sf)
Else
    e.Graphics.DrawString(Me.TabPages(e.Index).Text, e.Font, b, r2, sf)
End If
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by:ICSAutomation
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Thank's a lot!!
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