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Provides the functionality of the Windows common tab control.
A "tab control" is analogous to the dividers in a notebook or the labels in a file cabinet. By using a tab control, an application can define multiple pages for the same area of a window or dialog box. Each page consists of a set of information or a group of controls that the application displays when the user selects the corresponding tab. A special type of tab control displays tabs that look like buttons. Clicking a button should immediately perform a command instead of displaying a page.
This control (and therefore the CTabCtrl class) is available only to programs running under Windows 95/98 and Windows NT version 3.51 and later.