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Based on your response, I suggest:

1. Create a UserControl that contains the required TextBoxes : TabPageUC

1.a. expose the Text content of the TextBoxes in public Properties

1.b. create a serializer/deserializer for that UserControl

1.c. create a serializable static class that holds a List<TabPageUC>

In your main program:

2. maintain a data structure that maps TabPages to the contained TabPageUC control

2.a. write a method that adds a new TabPage, and then create an instance of TabPageUC to add to the Controls Collection of the new TabPage.

2.b. write a method to dispose of an existing TabPage, and its UserControl

In general:

3. familiarize yourself with the System.Runtime.Serialization namespace. and how DataContract and DataMember Annotations are used. And how a DataContractSerializer instance is used for both saving, and restoring content.

Take this on, and you will learn a lot.
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