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a key on a typewriter, computer terminal, or other keyboard, that is pressed in order to indent what will be typed next to a predetermined position.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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If one accidentally presses the
, as one often does when indenting a new paragraph, the text gets put into a preview box.
sent a physical roller holding the paper zipping to the left until it crashed into a tab stop.
repeatedly will cycle through the the control bar.
Navigate through the form using the
or by placing your mouse cursor in the appropriate area you wish to fill in.
To move through the site links, try using your
, followed by the return key.
Lists also allow the users to use the
to move from link to link.
or your mouse to move to each field and enter the information.
to move to the fill-in areas of the form.
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