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ToolStrip in the TextBox control, can add a shortcut way to do this?
Posted 21-May-10 21:49pm
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daveauld at 22-May-10 2:52am
   
You are going to have to expand and/or rephrase, doesn't make alot of sense the question.
radix3 at 22-May-10 3:23am
   
what do you mean by that please explain in detail

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Generally when I want to add a shortcut key to a control that doesn't have the shortcut key property I do this:
 
- Add a Menu Strip to the form, with it's visibility to false
- Add a Menu Item to the Menu Strip with my desired shortcut key assigned
- In the menu item's click event call the event handler for the whatever you would have tied the shortcut key too
 
It's kind of a roundabout way to do it, but it works.
 
Hope this helps.
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