Cursor movement

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Cursor movement
I have a subfile with fields in the SFLCTL for a user to enter for selecting criteria. The cursor positions to the first field. They are wanting the cursor to move to the next field after they type in the data into the first field without having to press tab to go to the next field. How do I go about this?  Any suggestions will be appreciated.

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  • CharlieBrowne
    Are you useing CHECK(FE)? If so, that is forcing use of the Field Exit key.
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  • TomLiotta
    Can we see the DDS that describes the subfile record fields? Their attributes might affect the useful ways to progress from field to field. For example, numeric entry fields or dates might be defined with attributes that interfere with automatic movement, but we can't tell without seeing it. . Tom
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    Correction... What is the SFLCTL DDS for fields (rather than the "subfile" itself)? -- Tom
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