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Tabbing across fields in a form

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I have created a form with the fields in my table. The users needs a new field to be established. I entered it in my table and on my form. But the field is now the last field to be highlighted when tabbing through the form. I intially used the Tab Order feature to drag the field into the position I wanted it to be selected by the tabbing process. I also verified the Tab Index property was the correct number. The field is still highlighted as the last field in the form when tabbing.

I tried this in 2000 and in XP.

A simple example would be to layout field1, field2 and field3 on the form. Now position field3 between 1 and 2. No matter what I do, field 3 is always last when tabbing.

Thanks for the suggestions.
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What development environment? If Delphi, did you try the tab order property?

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