You don't address items on pages but only by name. You have to give the item a name , which is not the field variable. To give an object a name go to the Inspector and click the position tab and the first field at top is the Name Field. The name you enter here is the name of the object, then you should be able to use the Go to Object [Name].
As per the question, it is not a field I want to address. It is the tab / pages of a 4 page tab control panel HOw does THIS object get identified if you can only identify fields???
That's not what S Chamblee posted. You must give a layout object an object name before go to object can be used to put the focus on that object. It CANNOT be a field's name--not an issue here as you need to give individual panels of a tab control object names.
Enter layout mode.
click the tab control, then click again to select the tab panel (Page in your posts) you want to give an object name. Then enter a name in the name box found in the inspector's position tab.
Select the second tab panel by clicking it and give it a name in the same way.
You can test to see if you've done this right by clicking back and forth between the tab panels and watching to see if the object name changes in the name box.
Once you've given a tab panel an object name, the go to object script step can be used to select that tab panel and bring it to the front.
Ok, Thanks PhilModJunk. That clears that up.
Object names duely assigned and e-mail with two page PDF file of scrren shots now being generated as required, so thanks for your help.