Oct 11 2009, 08:12 PM
Hi again UA
I had a previous question. So this is a followup.
The attached db I am having difficulty movong along the form via tabbing for the following...
-jump from volun entry to datejoin, but on the same row [it currently jumps a row below]?
-jump from last entry of DateLeft , to Cat A
-jump from Cat G to notes control.
I was wondering if there was a keyboard shortcut to make these moves instead of having to do a mouse click to do it. But it was suggested that I look at the "onexit", but what I have read up on I get confused and am stuck.
Any help would be great
Oct 11 2009, 08:30 PM
I can't look at your database but the tabbing is control by the Tab Order of the Detail Section of the Form and the Cycle Property.
Have you checked the Tab Order of the Detail Section and the Cycle Property of the Form?
Oct 11 2009, 08:58 PM
Thanks for the reply Van
I am familiar with the tab order routine as I set most of it.
I have also tried cycle, left it set to all records, because trying the other choices such as current record or page did not allow me to go to the next record after reaching the last control on the main form.The result was that I tabbed right to the first control of the same record. So ,my guess, and why I am posting, is that I believe I am at a point where I am faced with code building in a line somewhere. Not too familiar with that stuff. I attempted "onexit" but really didn't know what to do. Still trying at this point.
Oct 12 2009, 06:39 PM
The Tab Order in the Detail Section of the Form [Form_Volun](used as the Subform) is incorrect. It should be:
Combo14 (suggest a more meaningful name!)
To jump out of the Subform, you need to use the technique described in UA Thread 1516747
Oct 12 2009, 07:38 PM
I will give it a go Van
and I really appreciate direction to the past links, something I did not find in my googles!
Oct 12 2009, 09:43 PM
You're welcome... Glad to help...
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