Tab Control StylesThe following window styles are specific to tab controls.
||Specifies that tabs appear as buttons and no border is drawn around the
||Specifies that all tabs are the same width. This style cannot be combined with
the TCS_RIGHTJUSTIFY style.
||Specifies that the tab control never receives the input focus.
||Specifies that tabs receive the input focus when clicked.
||Aligns icons with the left edge of each fixed-width tab. This style can only
be used with the TCS_FIXEDWIDTH style.
||Aligns labels with the left edge of each fixed-width tab; that is, it displays
the label immediately to the right of the icon instead of centering it.
This style can only be used with the TCS_FIXEDWIDTH style, and it implies the TCS_FORCEICONLEFT style.
||Displays multiple rows of tabs, if necessary, so all tabs are visible at once.
||Specifies that the parent window is responsible for drawing tabs.
||Does not stretch each row of tabs to fill the entire width of the control.
This style is the default.
||Increases the width of each tab, if necessary, so that each row of tabs fills
the entire width of the tab control.
This window style is ignored unless the TCS_MULTILINE style is also specified.
||Displays only one row of tabs. The user can scroll to see more tabs, if
necessary. This style is the default.
||Specifies that tabs appear as tabs and that a border is drawn around the
display area. This style is the default.
||Specifies that the tab control has a tooltip control associated with it. For
more information about tooltip controls, see Tooltip Controls.
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