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To make it easier for the user to move around on the form, set the tab order to a logical sequence The tab order de nes the order in which the controls are accessed if the user presses the Tab key Normally, this is de ned from left to right and from top to bottom Visual Studio provides a Tab Order feature in the Forms Designer for this purpose To set the tab order for a form: 1 Select View | Tab Order from the main menu bar to activate the Tab Order feature The form appears with the tab order values displayed, as shown in Figure 42
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Figure 42 The Tab Order feature of the Forms Designer allows you to view and set the tab order for the controls on your forms 2 Click the controls in the order in which they should be accessed The tab order numbers change automatically
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If your controls are on a container control, such as a Panel, click the container rst to set the container s tab order number, and then click each control in the container in order The containers are given the base tab order numbers (0, 1, and so on) The controls in the container are given numbers within that container (00, 01, 10, 11, and so on) If you make a mistake, turn off the Tab Order feature by selecting View | Tab Order again, and turn it back on to start over 3 When you are nished with the tab order, select View | Tab Order again to turn off the feature Even though the user cannot set focus to a label, de ning the tab order of each Label control is important if you plan to use mnemonics In this context, a mnemonic is a character in the text of a label that appears underlined When the user presses Alt plus the underlined character, the control that follows the Label control in the tab order receives focus This provides keyboard navigation to controls on your form To set a mnemonic, insert an ampersand character (&) in front of the character you want to have underlined in the Text property of the Label control For example, if you want the user to press Alt+D to jump to the Description textbox, set the Text property of the Description Label control to &Description Then ensure that the Label control s UseMnemonic property is set to True and that the Label control immediately precedes the associated TextBox control in the tab order Use the Tab Order feature for every data entry form to set a logical tab order and allow the user to smoothly tab from control to control
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For the Purchase Tracker sample application: Display the ProductWin form in the Forms Designer Use the Tab Order feature to set the tab order of the controls on the form Select the top Panel control first, and then select every control on that panel Then select the bottom Panel control, and then select every control on that panel The result appears in Figure 42 If desired, set up keyboard navigation to some of the controls on the form using mnemonics
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Run the application It displays your splash screen and then shows the ProductWin form Use the Tab key to move through the controls on the form If you set the tab order correctly, you should move through the controls from left to right, starting at the top of the form and continuing to the bottom
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