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Old October 13th, 2006, 07:50 AM
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Hi,
Could someone explain to me how to add a toolstrip to a form so each tabpage on a tabcontrol will react to it? I added a toolstrip to a form and then added a tabcontrol with 2 tabpages but once I click in a tabpage and then click a button on the toolstrip I get no response.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. I bought the book Visual Basic 2005 - Programmers Reference by Rod Stephens hoping to find an example that would show how to do this. This book is very informative but the tabcontrol example in Appendix G does not have a toolstrip.
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Old October 14th, 2006, 12:51 PM
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This seems to work for me, although while trying things out I did make the button stop responding. The way it happened was I first built the form. Then I decided to add a ToolStripContainer so I added one, cut the ToolStrip off of the form, and pasted it into the ToolStripContainer.

Unfortunately when you cut and paste a control, Visual Studio removes the association between the control and any existing event handlers that it used to have. If you look way on the right (usually hidden because it's so far to the right) you will see that the Handles clause has been removed.

Check to see if this is what happened to you. If it did, you can add the Handles clause yourself. Or you can double-click on the new button to create a new event handler and copy-and-paste the old code into the new event handler.

Let me know if that was the issue.

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