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MS Access 2003 Tab Stop

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MS Access 2003  I have a form with several types of entry boxes.  One of which is a memo text box and following that is a datepicker text box.  I cannot get my tab to jump from the memo text box to the date picker.  What could cause that?
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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did you set the Tab stop property of the date picker to YES

is the tab index of the date picker is one less than the textbox?
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by:deer777
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yes to all and the tab stops are in the correct order
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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then there is something with your form. (corruption ...)

do this first
*Debug>compile
  correct any errors

*compact and repair

if problem persists create a new form and copy and paste all the controls to the new form
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