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VB.net TabControl - make Tabs narrower

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Hi

How do I make the width of the actual tab (circled in red on the image below) narrower
to fit the size of the text

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On the TabControl, change the SizeMode() property to "Fixed", then change the width portion of ItemSize() property to your desired width.
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Thanks very much
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