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Converting "Enter" to "Tab"

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How can I convert the "Enter" key to a "Tab" so my application will act like
"Tab" has been hit when the "Enter" key has actually been depressed. This
gives type-writer functionality to programs.

I was able to do this very simply in VB6, however, I have not found a method
to do this in .NET.
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Take Care,
Dave
Nov 17 '05 #1
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There are possible side effects to this approach, but if you really need to
do this then you may consider an application message filter. A short
discussion can be found at the link below.
http://www.google.ca/groups?hl=en&lr...6%2540trnddc09

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Tim Wilson
..Net Compact Framework MVP

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How can I convert the "Enter" key to a "Tab" so my application will act like "Tab" has been hit when the "Enter" key has actually been depressed. This
gives type-writer functionality to programs.

I was able to do this very simply in VB6, however, I have not found a method to do this in .NET.
--
Take Care,
Dave

Nov 17 '05 #2

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