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    TabPage Scrolling c#

    I've got an app which has a large amount of controls that are dynamically added to a tablelayoutpanel, which is then placed in a dynamically created tabpage.

    What I want to happen is for there to be a scrollbar on the right. Simple you'd think?

    I've tried turning on 'AutoScroll' for the tabpanel, I've tried adding the table to a normal panel and using autoscroll in there. I've also tried using the '.VerticalScroll' properties to no avail.

    How on earth do I enable a vertical scrollbar which actually scrolls?? Banging my head against a wall with this.

    EDIT: DOH! Turning AutoScroll on on the tablelayoutpanel did it. I'll just go shoot myself now...
    Last edited by localzuk; 16th August 2010 at 11:49 AM.

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