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Default dynamic controls - referencing


I have created a webbrowser with dynamic tabs and webbrowsers contained within each. A tab and webbrowser control are created for seperate searches.

What I am trying to do is reference dynamically created webbrowser controls at runtime. I can get the selectedindex value out for the tab thats been clicked (and am judging that I can then map that to the webbrowser control on the tab....), but simply cannot work out the code to then control the control!

My thinking is:

dim nt as integer

nt = tabcontrol1.selectedindex (gets the int value of the focussed tab)

webbrowser(nt).goback (so the focussed browser can be navigated by the user)

but obviously the above is wrong.

Any help?
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