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Implementing shortcut keys for toolstrip

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23 Aug 2011CPOL 11.3K   2
This is nice for non standard buttons (like a CTRL + s), but OK and Cancel buttons have standard implementations in a Windows Form. Look for the properties AcceptButton and CancelButton of a Windows Form (not sure if this applies in ASP.NET or WPF, I need confirmation on that). There you can...
This is nice for non standard buttons (like a CTRL + s), but OK and Cancel buttons have standard implementations in a Windows Form. Look for the properties AcceptButton and CancelButton of a Windows Form (not sure if this applies in ASP.NET or WPF, I need confirmation on that). There you can specify a button to serve as a accept or cancel event. They will automatically be executed when the Enter and Esc keys are pressed and the form has focus.

Or write:
AcceptButton = btnOk;
CancelButton = btnCancel;

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GeneralReason for my vote of 2 You can't assign a toolbar button to... Pin
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