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Microsoft Dynamics Solomon Create Underlined Letter Shortcut

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We are using Microsoft Dynamics Solomon version 7.0 sp4 and have recently upgraded from 6.5. In many screens there is the ability to use 'Ctrl + underlined letter' as a shortcut for a button or a tab to enter another screen. At the top of entry screens are tabs that we use within solomon. Is there a way to create an 'underlined letter' on the tabs so users can access them quickly? I hope that makes sense. I am including a screenshot. Thanks.
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Anyone out there? Any help appreciated. Thanks.
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