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Edit the Tab Stop sequence

Edit the Tab Stop sequence: Access 2016: Forms and Reports
Edit the Tab Stop sequence: Access 2016: Forms and Reports

Power users appreciate the ability to navigate a database with the keyboard tab key. But when developing a form, selectable fields often get rearranged as the design moves towards it’s final form. This causes the sequence to become unpredictable when navigating with the tab key. In this movie, Adam shows how to bring order back to this method of interaction.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Business Developer Web Databases Access Microsoft Office

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