Is there a fix coming for entering data directly on schedule f which now does not move forward in alphabetical order?

On Schedule F, using the actual form and not quick entry worksheet for data entry, pressing the enter key moved you forward in alphabetical order.  Now when pressing the enter key, it takes you side to side on the actual form which makes it impossible to use organizer as a worksheet.


Yes, TAB bounces it back and forth instead of scrolling down...annoying!!!  

The dependent worksheet does the same thing, bounces over from SSN to DOB instead of down to Relationship.

Why would they keep changing stuff that has worked fine and the same for all these years!?!

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