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OE5 tab function changed

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by margs, Apr 20, 2004.

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  1. margs

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    I first noticed when I start an e-mail after entering the name of the recipient I use the tab key to go down to the subject and then when filled in I use the tab key to get to the body of the letter. Now when I press the tab key if I am in OE it takes me to the in-box list page. I can't think of anywhere to change the function of my tab key unless it is starting to act up and this is it's action from being worn out.
    Also I noticed when not in OE the tab function has changed. If I have any windows minimized they maximize when I use it as a toggle key would be used.
    Any ideas how to revert to the "next line function" I was enjoying before?
     
  2. margs

    margs Thread Starter

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    The Tab key seems to have reverted back to it's original function. Could have been from a reboot although I think I had done that. Anyway I seemed to have had the problem fixed now. Thanks for the chance to ask.
     
  3. angel

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    I see that all the time and it drives people crazy! It's usually just a stuck Alt key or something. If it happens again, tap them a few times - should go away.
     
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