To more efficiently use window space on a tabbed pane’s Input region, you can use “nested” tabbed panes to layer more than one pane of data entry objects on a single tabbed pane. You create nested tabbed panes by first adding a new Tabbed Pane List object as a child to a Tabbed pane object, and then adding additional Tabbed pane objects to this list. You then populate these nested tabbed panes with data entry objects.
Note: The Diagram, Color and Divider Location parameters will not be present within nested Tabbed pane objects. However, the Show if parameter will only be available within nested Tabbed pane objects.
An example of two nested tabbed panes is shown below.
An example of an EASAP tree containing nested tabbed panes is shown below.