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access textbox added to tabpage at runtime

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 11, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Windows Application
  I  have a TabControl1 with no tabpages. I am adding the tabpages at runtime and also adding one textbox to each tabpage. I am using the following to add the Textbox TabControl1.Tabpages(i).Controls.Add(New Textbox)   I am using TabControl1.Tabpages(i).Controls(0) to access the textbox. But doing this way, I cannot access the Multiline property of a textbox.   I want to be able to change the various properties of each textbox on each tabpage. How do I do that?  

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