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How do I assign an access key to a button VB.Net?

I'm in visual Basic programming, I'm trying to create a simple program but I don't know how to assign access key to a button
May 28 '20 #1

✓ answered by SioSio

For example, the text "End (X)" can be implemented by adding the character string "End (& X)" to the Text property of the Button control. The access key is Alt + X.
If you don't want to use the Alt key, use the Keypress event.

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For example, the text "End (X)" can be implemented by adding the character string "End (& X)" to the Text property of the Button control. The access key is Alt + X.
If you don't want to use the Alt key, use the Keypress event.
May 29 '20 #2
Thank you very much.
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