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Tab Control. Can I change tab color?

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Hi,
I have a Windows form with a tab control. I would like to alter the
appearance of some of the tabs. For example, when the user has done
everything that needs to be done on that tab, make it a different color or
when certain options are chosen, make some of the tabs enabled =false with
the standard color change associated.
I know I can add and remove tabs, and I have control over the style of the
tab (TabControl.Appearance), but I don't see any way to change background
color of a tab or make a tab unenabled.
Thanks for any help.
Ethan

Jul 11 '08 #1
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"Ethan Strauss" <Et**********@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
I have a Windows form with a tab control. I would like to alter the
appearance of some of the tabs. For example, when the user has done
everything that needs to be done on that tab, make it a different color
Look up the "OwnerDraw" property.

Eq.
Jul 11 '08 #2

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