TabStrip control

Presents a set of related controls as a visual group.


You can use a TabStrip to view different sets of information for related controls.

For example, the controls might represent information about a daily schedule for a group of individuals, with each set of information corresponding to a different individual in the group. Set the title of each tab to show one individual's name. You can then write code that, when you click a tab, updates the controls to show information about the person identified on the tab.


The TabStrip is implemented as a container of a Tabs collection, which in turn contains a group of Tab objects.

The default property for a TabStrip is the SelectedItem property. The default event for a TabStrip is the Change event.

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