By default, the order in which
end users can tab through the objects on your window or dialog is
determined by the Position property of the various objects. If
required, you can change the navigation through the window or
dialog by changing the tab order.
To change the tab order of a
window or dialog:
||Use the Windows Designer catalog to open the window or dialog
whose tab order you want to change.
||Open the Property Inspector, click the Behavior tab page, and
then click the Tab Order property.
||Use the splitter between the property list and the Tab Order
list to enlarge your view.
||Put the objects in the desired tab order:
||To change the tab order, drag and drop the controls in the Tab
Order list into the desired order, or use the keyboard. The Left
Arrow key moves the control one place up in the list. The Right
Arrow key moves it one place down.
||To exclude a control (so that end-users cannot reach it via the
TAB key), drag and drop it to the Not in Tab Order list, or press
||To include a control that is in the Not in Tab Order List, drag
and drop it to the Tab Order list, or press Enter. It is placed
above the currently selected item in the Tab Order list. If no
control has been selected, the control is placed at the