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You can either use the tabset widget or plain containers. The tabset widget has several examples that you can refer to. When using plain containers, the way to do it is by having multiple containers of the same dimensions at the same location with a non-transparent background. You then use your buttons or whatever element to toggle the visibility of the containers so that only one container is visible at a time. The containers are simply used to ripple through the visibility state to the children.

You can have a look at the code generated by the µGFX-Studio as it does exactly that.

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