Tab form on click event

Hi EE

How do I get the on click event to work on a TAB Form. As a test I entered msgbox("Something"). but when I click the tab I don't get the message. Looking at some E.E questions & answers, "On Change event" is mentioned but I can't find. I am working on access 2003 at the moment. Any help most appreciated

chestera
chesteraAsked:
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savic7ukCommented:
Hi try this where TabCtl0 your tabcontrol name

Private Sub TabCtl0_Change()
If Me.TabCtl0.Value = 0 Then 'First Page
  'Do code for Page 1
ElseIf Me.TabCtl0.Value = 1 Then 'Second page
  'Do code for Page 2
ElseIf Me.TabCtl0.Value = 2 Then 'Third page
  'Do code for Page 3
End If
End Sub

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Or with case


Private Sub TabCtl0_Change()
  Select Case TabCtl0
    Case 0  'First Page
      'Code for Page 1
    Case 1  'Second page
      'Code for Page 2
   Case 2   'Third page
     'Code for Page 3
  End Select
End Sub

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chesteraAuthor Commented:
savic7uk

Where do I find tab change. I have looked

Alan
chesteraAuthor Commented:
savic7uk

Yes I see My tab is called Site and the second tab so it's page 1. Do  I place the code in  the click event of the tab called Site

Alan
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savic7ukCommented:
Well, if i remember correctly

1.

go to  Design View

2.

right click on tablcontrol --> Properties

3.

In the property sheet (usually open on the right of the screen) select the tab control if not selected

4.

Select Event Tab

5.

press the [...] button next to change event
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chesteraAuthor Commented:
savic7uk

I am looking at 2003 and I don't have the change event. But I can work it out from here many thanks for your help

Alan
chesteraAuthor Commented:
savic7uk

I have closed this question so hope you don't mind asking another question. I have a copy of access 2013 even in this version Tab/Property there are Click, Doubleclick, Mouseup and mouse down events can't find the Change event

Alan
chesteraAuthor Commented:
savic7uk

I have finally worked it out. Use the form change Change event not the tab.
With the rest of you info it's working. Once again thank you for your help

Alan
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