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Tab Control display issue

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Hello folks!

I have a form (Equipotent) that uses a listbox(lst_EquipID to select a
record in a subform(sfrm_Equip_view. On this sub form has a tab
control.

Issue: When I first open the form the tab control is not displaying
the tab across the top of the control until I select a row in the list
box. I would like them to be immediately available.

Is there an easy solution?

Thank you for your time and effort. You folks have been a tremendous
help always!

N. Graves
Nov 12 '05 #1
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N. Graves wrote:
Hello folks!

I have a form (Equipotent) that uses a listbox(lst_EquipID to select a
record in a subform(sfrm_Equip_view. On this sub form has a tab
control.

Issue: When I first open the form the tab control is not displaying
the tab across the top of the control until I select a row in the list
box. I would like them to be immediately available.
Let's say I have a tab control with the following tab options;
Customers, Orders, Invoices. Are you saying those caption heading
aren't displayed on the form when it opens?

Is there an easy solution?

Thank you for your time and effort. You folks have been a tremendous
help always!

N. Graves


Nov 13 '05 #2

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That is correct.

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Nov 13 '05 #3

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Norris Graves wrote:
That is correct.

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I would not know. Try this. Go to the Forms tab and hit New/Design.
Then open up the current form. Select the tab control and copy it to
the new form. CLose/save the new form and open it. Are the captions
still hidden? If so, in the new form, start clearing out any and all
controls and open it. Maybe there is a control that is hiding or
overlapping it.

Nov 13 '05 #4

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Norris Graves wrote:
That is correct.

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I would not know. Try this. Go to the Forms tab and hit New/Design.
Then open up the current form. Select the tab control and copy it to
the new form. CLose/save the new form and open it. Are the captions
still hidden? If so, in the new form, start clearing out any and all
controls and open it. Maybe there is a control that is hiding or
overlapping it.

Nov 13 '05 #5

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