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Newbie Question: Remap the <ENTER> key to act like <TAB> key

Last post 07-24-2011 02:07 PM by Patrick Halstead. 1 replies.
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  • 07-18-2011 04:56 PM

    Newbie Question: Remap the <ENTER> key to act like <TAB> key

    Hi All,

    Thanks for everyone's help on here so far.  It's been great!! :)

     I have a question.  I wish to remap the <ENTER> key so that it acts like the <TAB> key...in the sense that it would move the cursor to the next control (and wraparound to the first control in the event that I was on the last control on the page).

     I have tried 'googling' the answer, but none of the other sites provide code that works.  Could someone provide me with the code for this in Visual Basic?

    Cheers,

    Derek

    derek.megyesi at hotmail dot com

     

     

     

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  • 07-24-2011 02:07 PM In reply to

    Re: Newbie Question: Remap the <ENTER> key to act like <TAB> key

    Hi Derek,

    Sorry to say but I'm 99% sure this isn't supported. You can set a text limit to fields such that when the limit is reached it automatically accepts the input but that does require a finite limit.

    InfoPath uses Internet Explorer's canvas (Trident) to display data. You could add code to trap the window events at a low level and accept input but that would be a major undertaking and likely error-prone.

    Here's a random idea - you could remap your keyboard to make enter generate a tab. I'm sure that would not be helpful for other applications, but it's just a random idea. :) Or you could map a key near enter to tab and just tell them to use that. :)

    Patrick Halstead
    Project Manager at Qdabra
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