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I can fill-up a textbox but the cursor wont JUMP <ribbit> to the

I can fill-up a textbox but the cursor wont JUMP <ribbit> to the

I can fill-up a textbox but the cursor wont JUMP <ribbit> to the

(OP)
next textbox. (4 boXes), unless and only if I press TAB.
enter has no effect. lost in the swamp Bullfrog

THANKS

RE: I can fill-up a textbox but the cursor wont JUMP <ribbit> to the

this is normal. enter is reserved for the default button on the form. If you wish to have enter emulate the tab key you will have to write your own routine monitoring the keypress event of each textbox

RE: I can fill-up a textbox but the cursor wont JUMP <ribbit> to the

The following code placed into your form's code section
will work for you ...

Private Sub Form_KeyPress(KeyAscii As Integer)
If KeyAscii = 13 Then
SendKeys "{Tab}"
KeyAscii = 0
End If
End Sub

Any problems contact me directly ...

Jim - jdmcjen@stc.net

RE: I can fill-up a textbox but the cursor wont JUMP <ribbit> to the

(OP)
Thanks

RE: I can fill-up a textbox but the cursor wont JUMP <ribbit> to the

If you want to use the keypress code in all the boxes and only write the code once, create a textbox control array. That way they all share the same event code.

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