Thanks for responding, radzmar. I apologize for my delay in the thanks. I've been tied up in meetings, and this is the first opportunity I've had to reply! And what the heck happened to the formatting on this page??? Everything in my view is squished in a column on the right!
Okay, I've got the tab order set, and I get my data to stop on the 1st text box correctly, but it still isn't overflowing into the 2nd text box. I thought it might have something to do with the fact that the 2nd text box is on another page, and I wasn't sure about the proper syntax on the function call for the 2nd page field to reference back to the first page. So I shrunk the first text box and added one on the same page to see if the code was working properly to move the overflow data, and it isn't.
The big difference I notice between Mr. Brinkman's code and mine is that he is building his text field with user input directly into the field in question. On my forms, I'm displaying a text box and using the user input data from the displayed text box to calculate a group text box on another page, and I suspect this is the causing the problem but is how I have to do it. It's the overflow from the group text box that I want to move to a subsequent page/text box.
Any ideas, and any additional information I can provide to facillitate assistance? I'm using LiveCycle Designer 10, and I noticed his example is geared towards 8. I've been self-teaching myself this stuff and know there are probably better ways to accomplish my goals with this form, but because of time constraints, I haven't been able to research the BEST way to accomplish what I'm doing here, so I try to meld my code with the examples I've found. Everyone on these forums has been so helpful!