Accessible navigation directions are either spatial (up, down, left, and right) or logical (first child, last child, next, and previous). Logical directions are used when clients navigate from one user interface element to another within the same container.
System.Windows.Forms.AccessibleObject uses this enumeration.
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Navigation to a sibling object located below the starting object.
Navigation to the first child of the object.
Navigation to the last child of the object.
Navigation to the sibling object located to the left of the starting object.
Navigation to the next logical object, typically from a sibling object to the starting object.
Navigation to the previous logical object, typically from a sibling object to the starting object.
Navigation to the sibling object located to the right of the starting object.
Navigation to a sibling object located above the starting object.