Tabstrip

The multipage control allows a userform to have several pages. Each page of the form can have its own set of controls, unrelated to any other control on the form. A tabstrip control also allows a userform to have many pages, but the controls on a tabstrip are identical; they are drawn only once. Yet, when the form is run, the information changes according to the strip that is active (see Figure 21.4).

Figure 21.4

A tabstrip allows a userform with multiple pages to share controls, but not information.

Figure 21.4

A tabstrip allows a userform with multiple pages to share controls, but not information.

Tabstrip Vba

■ To learn more about multipage controls, see "Using the Multipage Control to Combine Forms," p.170,in Chapter 9.

By default, a tabstrip is thin, with two tabs at the top. Right-clicking on a tab enables you to add, remove, rename, or move a tab. The tabstrip should also be sized to hold all the controls.

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