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How to TAB to a specify control in Windows Form

Posted on 2005-04-20
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I would like to after textbox lost focus , then TAB to a specify control, it's better like

setfocus(tabindex)


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Question by:macauken
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in your textbox1.LostFocus event,
    specificControl.Focus()
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