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Creating a C# Windows Form app with tabs

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I need to create a Windows Form app that looks like the one below except the tabs need to be at the top.  The Form in the picture below is from a Delphi project.

How should I create the six tabs along with the menu items at the top?  Is there a preferred order?  How would I go about matching the layout I was given in this picture:

Pattern Form
I'm guessing this would be a fairly easy task to any seasoned Form developer.  What then must I do to ...

Thanks, John
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Yea, I'm using the tab control to create, not code.  

The article you referenced is from 2004 using VS .NET 2003.  Not quite relevant.
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The tabcontrol has not really changed sine then!
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I figured it  out.  I was a little too over concerned about proper verses improper placement but it's straight forward.  Thanks
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Please see my last comment
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