Tab Control - Pages
I have a common text box control which appears on all 4 pages of my tab control. (Common text box control achieved through pasting a text box control onto the tab)
I only want the user to be able to change the data in this text box control if they are on Page 1. If they are on any other Page, then I would like to Lock the text box control.
If there was a Got Focus event for a Page then I could do what I need; but there isn't!
Is there a way to determine which Page of my Tab Control is active
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I have created a subform on my main form and it works fine.
I now decided I want to add this subform to a TAB control.
I followed the instructions that are identical from numerous sites, postings on the internet. However the subform keeps showing up for both of the 2 default tab pages.
Is there a trick to dropping the subform onto the TAB control so that it is associated with only one TAB page and is not visible in all TAB pages
I have a form with tab control which contains 2 pages. I wish to anchor them down. I defined anchor setting to tab control and to the pages but only the first page is stretched down.
How can I make the second page (which is not visible when the form is loaded) to be anchored down?
In Access 2003/XP/2000/97, I have a form with a main tab box (created with a tab control) with four tabs on it and each tab has a number of text boxes on it. I have indexed these tabs so when the user tabs across, it goes from one tab page to another. However when it reaches the last text box on a particular tab instead of going to the next tab, it goes to the next record.
I'm using Access 2003. I have a form with a tab control. I want to have another tab control within one of the page of the main tab control. So when you go to a certain tab, I'll see 3 sub pages. I can't seem to drag a new tab control onto a existing page of the main tab
I currently have a form which contains a tab control (which has six different pages). I am trying to find out how I can catch a page change on the tab control in order to trigger certain
You can use a tab control to present several pages of information about a single form. A tab control is useful when your form contains information that can be sorted into two or more categories. Learn how to use tab controls on a form.
Is it possible to set the focus on a specific tab on a tab control via VBA? My goal is to set the focus to the tab when the form opens.
Different iterations of Me.TabCtl0.Pages.Page1.SetFocus doesn't work. I am unable to find the correct syntax to reference the tab.
What is a Tab Control?
A Tab Control is an Access object that allows you to create tabbed pages on an Access form. See picture below.
I have a form that has a tab control on it. The tab control contains three tab pages.
I have been coding for some time now and just discovered that I could not access one of the pages; the IDE complains that the object is undeclared.
So I took a look at form.designer.vb and found this: Instead of being defined as a friend it is being dimmed in the designer class.
The following code snippet illustrates whats going on:
I've tried adding the missing code myself but this results in the designer failing to load design mode.
Is there a way to have visual studio fix this? I'd rather not recode the form since it is already very well populated with controls.
I use MS OFFICE 2007. When insert a TAB CONTROL (from the ribbon) in my form, it has 2 pages. But I need more and I can not find a way to do that.