Tag Archives: accelerators

Build an MRU list that uses project settings in C#

The post Build an MRU list in C# explains how to build an MRU list (most recently used list). That example stores recently used files in the system Registry. This example does the same thing but it stores file information … Continue reading

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Build an MRU list in C#

An MRU list (most recently used file list) displays in the File menu the files that a program has used most recently. If the user selects a file from the menu, the program reopens that file. This example builds an … Continue reading

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Use accelerators on labels and buttons in C#

To place an accelerator on a menu item, you put an ampersand in front of the letter in the menu item’s caption that you want to be the accelerator. At run time, the caption is displayed with the accelerator letter … Continue reading

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Use TabControl accelerators in C#

This example shows how you can use TabControl accelerators, such as pressing Alt+X to open the X tab. Unfortunately the TabControl doesn’t support accelerators. In fact, the tabs can’t even display underlined characters. This example shows how to provide these … Continue reading

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