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Tip of the Day
Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Aug 6, 1997

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Redefine Your Tab Order

When you need to reset your tab indexes quickly (without buying a third party VB extension product), set the tabs in the reverse tab order assigning each tab index to zero (0). That is, go to the very last control on the page that will receive a tab stop. Bring up the properties window, locate TabIndex, hit the zero key, click the second from the last control to receive a tab stop, type zero, click the third from the last control, type zero, and so on. This little trick will save you lots of time and aggravation, and it works perfectly every time.
John Chmela
 
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