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WinForms, how to override/avoide the tab order for a bunch of buttons/textboxes?

WinForms, how to override/avoide the tab order for a bunch of
buttons/textboxes?

i have a panel with 4 textboxes (or buttons) in 2 comlumns (so 2 and 2)

i would like to scroll in the first column when i'm pressing arrow button
"down"
and go to the right column, the same row when i'm pressing button "right" or
"tab".
if i press "tab" second time selection should go left, to the same row (now
it is going one row below :-( )

so, i need a navigation similar to a datagrid with two columns. but without
going down when i press "tab" or "right"

thank you
serge
Nov 17 '05 #1
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Joe
You can set TabStop to false to avoid stopping and use the TabIndex property
to specify which control is next.

"Serdge Kooleman" <Su***@web.de> wrote in message
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WinForms, how to override/avoide the tab order for a bunch of
buttons/textboxes?

i have a panel with 4 textboxes (or buttons) in 2 comlumns (so 2 and 2)

i would like to scroll in the first column when i'm pressing arrow button
"down"
and go to the right column, the same row when i'm pressing button "right"
or "tab".
if i press "tab" second time selection should go left, to the same row
(now it is going one row below :-( )

so, i need a navigation similar to a datagrid with two columns. but
without going down when i press "tab" or "right"

thank you
serge

Nov 17 '05 #2

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