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How to provide shortcut keys to toolbar buttons?

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Hi,

How to provide shortcut keys to toolbar button? If i write &New in caption property of button, which key should i use with N?

Kindly let me know.
Apr 20 '07 #1
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palsonjj
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Hi,

How to provide shortcut keys to toolbar button? If i write &New in caption property of button, which key should i use with N?

Kindly let me know.
Haaai,

u shud use ALT Key + N ....
Apr 20 '07 #2

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Haaai,

u shud use ALT Key + N ....

I have used like that way only but it does not work. I have added & before a letter. ie. I have given caption of new is &New. Is it right ?

Kindly let me know.
Apr 20 '07 #3

palsonjj
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I have used like that way only but it does not work. I have added & before a letter. ie. I have given caption of new is &New. Is it right ?

Kindly let me know.

S.... u r rite....
Apr 20 '07 #4

debasisdas
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just try ALT key + underlined character
it will work

but the character might not be displayed as unde lined till u press ALT

that depends on your system settings
Apr 21 '07 #5

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just try ALT key + underlined character
it will work

but the character might not be displayed as unde lined till u press ALT

that depends on your system settings

I have tried so many times by pressing ALT key + N for &New button. And yes for menus like File, I have used shortcut like CTL+F. It works nicely. But for button does not work. What is wrong with that?

Kindly let me know.
Apr 23 '07 #6

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