To correct this issue you will need to install the tabctl32.ocx file attached to this article extracting it from the zip file. It needs to be placed in the C:\WINDOWS\system32 (for 32 bit) and the C:\Windows\SysWOW64 (for 64 bit)
Follow the steps below to register the ocx file after you have placed it in your system32 directory.
**Note some network admins do not allow end-users to access the windows folders. If you find that you are unable to perform these steps contact your IT dept. so they can assist you. **
1. Open a command window (In Windows click the start button then run. Type cmd on the run line and click ok for Windows Vista, 7 and 8 right click the command window app that shows up after you type and select the run as administrator option)
2. Navigate to the the system32 folder (for Windows XP) by typing cd\windows\system32. For Windows Vista, 7 and 8 run the command in step 3 from the defaul prompt that appears in your command window.
3. Type in Regsvr32 /s TABCTL32.OCX then press enter. If it registered correctly you should see C:\WINDOWS\system32> and a blinking cursor.
4. Your issue should be corrected now.