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Hi All. In VFP 9, how would I programmatically determine what the currently active tab is on a form?
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tusharkanvinde earned 250 total points
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Do you mean the active page of a pageframe.  The pageframe has a property called ActivePage.

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Brain fog. I am so completely exhausted. I knew that, but I've been working on so much stuff lately I was poking around trying to find something along the lines of ActiveTab - don't even know where I was getting "Tab" from anyway.

Thanks for responding, you get the points, I get to grab some sleep.
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