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Can I stop Access 2010 from auto-ordering my tab order?

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I'm working on a form that has several controls in a layout grid. I've set the tab order to be what I want (which is different from the auto order). But as soon as I add a new control, it runs an auto order and reorders all of the tabs in the layout grid.

Can I turn this behaviour off?
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I don't use the Layout mode, but you might try holding down the Ctrl, Shift or Alt key when  you add the new control. These hotkey combos sometimes override the default processes.
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Regrettably, that doesn't work.
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