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Strange Text box behavior on a form tab

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I have a strange situation.  I am trying to copy/paste a text box on to a tab on a form.  But for some reason it is appearing on both tabs of the form.  There are only two tabs.  Can someone tell me why this is happening?

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Make sure you have the actual page selected.

-  Ctrl-C your textbox
-  Click on the tab for the page you want to paste it on (you should see that page oulined, but not the others)
- Ctrl-V
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Perfect!  Thanks.
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