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How to disappear tabcaption in sstab. is it possible to make invissible the sstabcaption in the sstab? if yes please give some examples..
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Question by:Whing Dela Cruz
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by:GrahamSkan
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Select each Tab and change to caption property to blank.
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by:robinu
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To let a tab dissappear:

SSTab1.TabVisible(0) = False

The first tab will disappear.
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You can do it in code so:

SSTab1.TabCaption(1) = ""
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