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How do I set the tab order of fields on a form?

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Set the TabIndex property for the controls on the form.  Using the Properties Window.

Each control has a TabIndex number which indicates the tab order.  The first control in Tab order should have TabIndex set to 0, the second one set to 1, etc.
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