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    Arrow Tabstrip control

    Hi all
    1)I want to know that can we change the color of tabstrip control
    2)At run time when I select any tab in the tabstrip control the selected tab font change into bold mode in my coding all the tab of tabstrip control changing into bold font
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    1. TabStrip1.Font.Bold=True

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    Re: Tabstrip control

    1. you can not change the back color of tabstrip control. you can use some 3rd party controls if you are really need to change the color, ofcourse you have to pay for it...

    2. not able to understand
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    Arrow Re: Tabstrip control

    I want to ask that tabstrip control has four tabs name are
    First year
    Second year
    Third year
    Fourth year
    My question is when I click on first year then first year change into bold font and other are regular……..
    As it is

    see the image..........

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    Arrow Re: Tabstrip control

    any solution.............

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    Re: Tabstrip control

    i dont have access to attachments from my office pc...pl. explain it briefly
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    Arrow Re: Tabstrip control

    In tab strip control
    There are three tabs
    Names are
    Tab0
    Tab1
    Tab2
    Now I am running the project
    I am click on tab0 then I want tab0 change into bold font or its font color changed
    As it is for other
    Now if I click on tab1 then tab0 change into regular font and tab1 change into bold font
    As it is for other
    Hope u understand what I am saying

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    Re: Tabstrip control

    any has a idea

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    Re: Tabstrip control

    well.. there is no point in making everything bold.. (or switching really)
    since u cant see the other tabs to know if they are bold or not.
    make all the controls bold on all the tabs.. then they are bold when u click the tab

    as far as the TAB itself being bold... try the SSTab control instead (Common Controls 6.0)... its easier to use since it is a container.... and its default behavior is to make the tab text bold when selected
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    Re: Tabstrip control

    I don't think that is possible. Tabstrip control has the font property but the tab control doesn't have font property. You check this out using the object browser.

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    Re: Tabstrip control

    Individual Tabs do not have a Font property. So you cannot change fonts of the individual tabs.
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    Re: Tabstrip control

    hi static,srisa

    if i use sstab control then there is need to write same coding for different college five time so i am using tabstrip control.......
    can we us sstab as a tabstrip
    miss if tab change then the textboxes are common for all the tabs???

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    Re: Tabstrip control

    hi shuja if coding u have or idea

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    Re: Tabstrip control

    Quote Originally Posted by shakti5385
    hi static,srisa

    if i use sstab control then there is need to write same coding for different college five time so i am using tabstrip control.......
    can we us sstab as a tabstrip
    miss if tab change then the textboxes are common for all the tabs???
    hmm.. im trying to understand this..

    do u want to just use the same textboxes for all the tabs? or a different set for each.
    if u are using the same textbox, and just changing things according to the selected tab.. why bother with a tab strip? using option buttons or something like that.
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    Re: Tabstrip control

    u r correct but it is requirment of client

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