TabStrip.Enabled Property (Outlook Forms Script)
Returns or sets a Boolean that specifies whether a control can receive the focus and respond to user-generated events. Read/write.
expression A variable that represents a TabStrip object.
True is the control can receive the focus and respond to user-generated events, and is accessible through code (default). False if the user cannot interact with the control by using the mouse, keystrokes, accelerators, or hotkeys. The control is generally still accessible through code.
Use the Enabled property to enable and disable controls. A disabled control appears dimmed, while an enabled control does not. Also, if a control displays a bitmap, the bitmap is dimmed whenever the control is dimmed.
When the user tabs into an enabled TabStrip, the first tab in the control receives the focus. If the first tab of a TabStrip is disabled, the first enabled tab of that control receives the focus. If all tabs of a TabStrip are disabled, the control is disabled and cannot receive the focus.
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