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Old 03-31-2012, 07:15 PM
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On my form there is several tabs. I use tab 1 for data entry and have a button named convert at the bottum which kicks the math in to gear and spits out the new data on tab 3.

What I want is to add a event to the click handler, convert, to snap the user to tab 3 where the new data is...

I know this has to be simple!!!

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Yes, did you look at the TabControl properties?
You could do something like,
TabControl1.SelectedIndex = 2
TabControl1.SelectedTab = TabPage3 'Depends on what you named your third page control
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Old 03-31-2012, 08:47 PM
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passel thank you very much that works great, and simple (knew it had too be!)
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