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Speed Keys in HTML

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I have tried to place a button on an HTML form that will allow the use of the ALT speedkey access without success.
Is it possible or am I wasting my time?

I have created an Active X control and it works fine in VB, access it inside an HTML form and the speed keys fail to function
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Question by:kevinstone
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As far as I know, speedkeys aren't supported in HTML.
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Yes, you are wasting your time.
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