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tab control inside another tab control

Hi.

Is it possible to put a tab control inside another tab control. I tried 
it several times, but for some reason this doesn't seem to work.

Can someone confirm this, or tell me what the trick is.

Thanks.

-- 
Georges

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The only way I know to do this is to put a subform on the first tab control.
Then you can put your second tab control on the subform.
If you do this repeatedly, however, you will find the form loading rather
slowly.

HTH
    - Turtle

"Georges Heinesch" <news@geohei.lu> wrote in message
news:3fe82fb8$1_2@news.vo.lu...
> Hi.
>
> Is it possible to put a tab control inside another tab control. I tried
> it several times, but for some reason this doesn't seem to work.
>
> Can someone confirm this, or tell me what the trick is.
>
> Thanks.
>
> -- 
> Georges
>


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macdermott1 (571)
12/23/2003 1:04:32 PM
> > Is it possible to put a tab control inside another tab control. I tried
> > it several times, but for some reason this doesn't seem to work.

I don't recommend using nested tab controls for usability reasons.  If
you need to put a lot of information on one form, just use a whole lot
of tab pages.  If all the information doesn't fit inside tabs on a tab
control on a 800x600-fitting form, then you need to figure out how to
split the form up into many forms.

For mega-sized forms, if you absolutely must, you can do what a lot of
software vendors do for their "Options" dialog boxes--you can put a
listbox with all the "tab headers" on the left.  This can work
cleanly.  When a user clicks on one of the "tab headers", you reveal
their tab somewhere to the right on the form.  The implementation of
this can allow either using a subform control, or can be done via a
huge tab control.  The advantage of using the tab control is that
everything is loaded at once; the disadvantage is also that everything
is loaded at once.

But it's all up to you.


Pete
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pshappyman (37)
12/23/2003 8:52:10 PM
Pete wrote:

 > [...]
> For mega-sized forms, if you absolutely must, you can do what a lot of
> software vendors do for their "Options" dialog boxes--you can put a
> listbox with all the "tab headers" on the left.  This can work
> cleanly.  When a user clicks on one of the "tab headers", you reveal
> their tab somewhere to the right on the form.  The implementation of
> this can allow either using a subform control, or can be done via a
> huge tab control.  The advantage of using the tab control is that
> everything is loaded at once; the disadvantage is also that everything
> is loaded at once.

Thanks for the hint. Gonna try that one.
Thanks!

-- 
Georges

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news2373 (58)
12/23/2003 11:26:19 PM
MacDermott wrote:

> The only way I know to do this is to put a subform on the first tab control.
> Then you can put your second tab control on the subform.
> If you do this repeatedly, however, you will find the form loading rather
> slowly.

Thanks!

-- 
Georges

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news2373 (58)
12/23/2003 11:26:39 PM
If you use subforms on the pages of a tab control, you can avoid the disadvantage by late
binding the subforms.

http://www.fmsinc.com/free/tips.html#accesslatebind

Tom
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<snip>

The advantage of using the tab control is that everything is loaded at once; the
disadvantage is also that everything
is loaded at once.


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A fire extinguisher was used to break into an SUV to help a driver who appeared to have suffered a seizure after hitting a pedestrian on Rokeby ...

How-To: Reduce iPhone screen brightness beyond what’s possible in Control Center or Display & Brightness ...
... about sharing in the past, involves reducing iPhone screen brightness beyond levels that are possible with the standard brightness slider controls. ...

Stagefright-based ‘Metaphor’ exploit can take control of your phone in just 15 seconds
The old Android malware beastie is at it again, with researchers uncovering a new Stagefright-based exploit that can be used to take control ...

Creative Control explores the dark side of augmented reality—with humor
... Here's what the future looks like: collecting data on people while wearing AR glasses. 7 more images in gallery In the film Creative Control ...

4 Ways to Control Your Mind and Lose Weight
... after a week of eating the same things. I have found that almost anytime I have plateaued, a cheat meal has broken the plateau. Gain Control ...

Dawn Richard @ Empire Control Room
... Dawn Richard was one the artists we were excited to see at SXSW. We caught her Thursday night (3/17) at the FACT showcase at Empire Control ...

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