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How can I use the enter key on the numeric key pad like a tab key?

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Can the enter key on the numeric keypad be used to function like a tab key like it will while running Internet Explorer?

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Can the enter key on the numeric keypad be used to function like a tab key like it will while running Internet Explorer? == This happened == Every time Firefox opened

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Some websites may override the Enter key to make it skip to the next field instead of submitting the form, but this is not a function of the browser.

If this works in IE and not Firefox, it's likely that the website only implemented this behavior in Javascript compatible with IE. You would need to ask the website owner to fix it so that the behavior works in Firefox.

Some websites may override the Enter key to make it skip to the next field instead of submitting the form, but this is not a function of the browser. If this works in IE and not Firefox, it's likely that the website only implemented this behavior in Javascript compatible with IE. You would need to ask the website owner to fix it so that the behavior works in Firefox.