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Access key in VB menu

Posted on 2002-03-24
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How can I assigna acces key to VB menu at runtime.

myMenu.Caption="&Test"

does not work. I can acces the menu via Alt-t, however the character T in Test is not underlined.

I need it, because I change menus captions from code.

Any ideas?
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Éric Moreau earned 200 total points
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On windows 2000 or XP?

Open the "Display properties" (right-click your desktop and choose Properties), select the Effect tab, un-check the "Hide keyboard navigation indicators until I use the Alt key" option.
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Thanks. I would never think of it.
Saso
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