So, take it away Mr. Random!
When you are filling out a form that has multiple spaces in which you need to input information - instead of navigating and clicking the mouse in each space all you have to do is press the “TAB” key to move the cursor to the next text entry field.
What if you accidently skip a field that you need to enter information into? Never fear, in that case press the “CTRL” key + the “TAB” key and the cursor will move back up to the skipped space.
That is it for this week’s Computer Tip.
Isn't that interesting? I knew that you could tab through different fields but I didn't know that you could go back using keys. I always just use the mouse to click back. That would save a decent amount of time. Also as I was asking Mr. Random about how this works he showed me how it works in Microsoft Word. I didn't know that you could tab your way through the menus on Word (and other Microsoft Programs), did you know that?
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