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How to add a dynamically created form to a new tab

 

Here is a code sample which demonstrates how you can dynamically create a form and add that form to a new tab:

[C#] //Form2 is the dynamically created form in your project that needs to added to a Tab

//Create the form and set it’s TopLevel property to false to enable setting it’s parent

Form2 frm2 = new Form2();

frm2.TopLevel = false;

//Create the new tab which will display Form2TabPageAdv newtab = new TabPageExt("FORM_2");

this.tabControlAdv1.Controls.Add(newtab);

//Set Form2’s parent to be the new tab and display the form in the newly created tab

frm2.Parent = newtab;

frm2.Visible = true;

frm2.Dock = DockStyle.Fill;

[VB.NET]

'Form2 is the dynamically created form in your project that needs to added to a Tab

'Create the form and set it’s TopLevel property to false to enable setting it’s parent

Dim frm2 As Form2 = New Form2()

frm2.TopLevel = False

'Create the new tab which will display Form2

Dim Newtab As TabPageAdv = New TabPageExt("FORM_2")

Me.tabControlAdv1.Controls.Add(Newtab)

'Set Form2’s parent to be the new tab and display the form in the newly created tab

frm2.Parent = Newtab

frm2.Visible = True

frm2.Dock = DockStyle.Fill

Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control:
1181 04/30/2011 07/10/2014 Windows Forms TabControlAdv
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