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Increment TabIndex

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In VB6, if you set the TabIndex of a control, it would automatically
increment the TabIndex of the remaining controls on the form so that there
would be no duplication. In VB.net, it seems perfectly legitimate to have
two controls on a form with the same TabIndex. Is there a way to mimic the
VB6 behavior so that I don't have to reset the TabIndex of every control if
I decide to insert a new control in the tab order?

Thanks,

Bob
Nov 21 '05 #1
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