Difference between revisions of "ISDBMenuItem::ShortCut"

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===Property description===
 
===Property description===
  
String that specifies a shortcut assigned to the item, for example 'Ctrl+Alt+2'. Any standard character can be used, additional keys include: BkSp, Tab, Esc, Enter, Space, PgUp, PgDn, End, Home, Left, Up, Right, Down, Ins, Del and F1-F12. Any key could contain Ctrl+, Alt+ or Shift+ in front of it (and any combination of them).
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String specifies a shortcut assigned to the item, for example <tt>F9</tt> or <tt>Ctrl+Alt+2</tt>. Empty string means no shortcut is assigned.
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Shortcut can be assigned to any standard key from ranges <tt>A–Z</tt>, <tt>0–9</tt> or to an additional key <tt>BkSp</tt>, <tt>Tab</tt>, <tt>Esc</tt>, <tt>Enter</tt>, <tt>Space</tt>, <tt>PgUp</tt>, <tt>PgDn</tt>, <tt>End</tt>, <tt>Home</tt>, <tt>Left</tt>, <tt>Up</tt>, <tt>Right</tt>, <tt>Down</tt>, <tt>Ins</tt>, <tt>Del</tt> or <tt>F1–F12</tt>. The key can be prefixed by any combination of <tt>Ctrl+</tt>, <tt>Alt+</tt> and <tt>Shift+</tt> modifiers.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:26, 23 April 2013

CoClass SDBMenuItem, Interface ISDBMenuItem

Property Get/Let ShortCut As String


Property description

String specifies a shortcut assigned to the item, for example F9 or Ctrl+Alt+2. Empty string means no shortcut is assigned.

Shortcut can be assigned to any standard key from ranges A–Z, 0–9 or to an additional key BkSp, Tab, Esc, Enter, Space, PgUp, PgDn, End, Home, Left, Up, Right, Down, Ins, Del or F1–F12. The key can be prefixed by any combination of Ctrl+, Alt+ and Shift+ modifiers.