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Passing the name of the selected tab to a new form

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Ken asked on 19 Nov 2008, 07:55 PM
I know how to get the name of the selected tab, but how do I pass the name of the selected tab to a new form. It's kepps coming up as null. I'm using VB.NET

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Kenny

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answered on 21 Nov 2008, 04:23 PM
Kenny,
     If you can access the name of the tab, you should have no problem passing it to another form.  Can you post some code to demonstrate what you are currently attempting?  I am guessing you are already doing something similar to the code below to get the name of the tab.

Dim frm2 = New Form2()  
frm2.Text = RadTabStrip1.SelectedTab.Name  
frm2.Show() 

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