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Old 03-02-2016, 07:00 AM
Jo Freeman Jo Freeman is offline TAB key on RH Side of keyboard Windows 7 64bit TAB key on RH Side of keyboard Office 2010 64bit
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Hi, does anyone know if it is possible to have a TAB function on the right hand side of the keyboard. I enter a lot of data across several columns using the number keys. When I have finished on one line I need to get back to the first column on the next line. I am using my left hand to move the ruler down the page in order to read each value to be entered so I can't use the normal TAB key.



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That really depends on the keyboard's layout and/or programmability.
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