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Select Enter Button for Search Button if so desired in ASP.Net on a Web Form

Posted on 2012-03-19
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Hello everyone,

I have setup a Search textbox in a web form using ASP.Net and I have a search button which does a search in finding records, but what if the user is lazy and does not want to select the Search button everytime and just selects the enter key.  Is there any coding that needs to be setup for the user to just select the Enter Key instead?  They want to do this also if the they so desire?

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