1. document.formname.elementname.focus();

Example: if my form has a name of testform and the first element is

then in the body tag i would do this...

<body onload="document.testform.fname.focus();">

2. Yeah, you need to use the select() method...

so document.testform.element.select();

Example: <input name="example" value="N/A"

That should work...or it might have to be in a function...

3. It should do that for you with the submit button...what browser are
you using?

4. use the align attribute....align="left"

On Sun, 2002-10-20 at 12:27, James Hatridge wrote:
> Hi all...
> When I have an input form I must click on the first input field. Is there 
> anyway to have it active when the form loads? 
> #2 When I tab down to the next input field, is there anyway to have it 
> highlight what is in the field (ie the default data) so that it will 
> overwrite it?
> #3 How can I get the form to submit when I hit the return button? Right now I 
> have to click on the button with my mouse. 
> #4 How can I get a column of numbers to left justify?
> Thanks
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