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Initial cursor placement when form comes up

Posted on 1997-07-06
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Real easy one here. I have made a delphi program with a very simple data entry form with only a couple of edit boxes. When I fire up this program, I want the cursor to be parked and flashing in the first edit box. Right now I have to manually click on it to get the cursor there.
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Set the form's ActiveControl property to the desired edit box.
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