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Hi all

I have one side menubar where i have link buttons.i have assigned shortcut key to that link button i.e. ALT+R
now i want like suppose if i press ALT+R, then it should open the respective page..
Please tell me how to assign this

Thank you
Posted 25-Dec-12 19:04pm
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Solution 1

LinkLabel Doesn't have this Property
But You can Make Possible by Handelling KeyUp or KeyDown Event of Your Form

Private Sub Form1_KeyUp(sender As Object, e As KeyEventArgs) Handles Me.KeyUp
    If e.Alt Then
        If e.KeyData = Keys.R Then Form2.Show()
    End If
End Sub
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Ashok19r91d 26-Dec-12 3:22am
   
Set Form's "KeyPreview" Property = True
If You Set False Application Will not Handle KeyUp and KeyDown Event...

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