Can someone please tell me what is wrong with the below code????
Private Sub txtCallerForeName_KeyPress(KeyAscii As Integer)
If KeyAscii = 13 Then
KeyAsacii = vbTAB
All I want to do is is the User presses enter in a specific textbox control (txtCallerForeName) I wish to emulate the user pressing the TAB key.
This is because what I really want is to move the focus onto the next controll specifiec in the Tabindex property.
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