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@Gimno's answer put me on the right track, but I found that using ="None" actually gives the top element focus only once (as you would expect from Once ). Gimno's answer works because he/she also set Focusable="False" on the Hyperlink. With TabNav=None, you don't have to set Focusable on all the children controls.

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