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How do I add new (tab) page in the exiting VB form, similar to what MS ACCESS allows

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I have an exiting VB6 form and would like to create mutiple tab(pages) on it, so my form looks similar to what MS ACCESS allows by inserting a page, or EXCEL haveing mutiple worksheets
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You need to add the microsoft Tabbed Dialog control 6.0 to you form and configure the "properties" of it, to set the number of Tabs that you need...

to add a new tab in a SStab Control (named SSTab1) with code...

SSTab1.Tabs = SSTab1.Tabs + 1

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