VB6: How a we can give focus to a textbox by defining shortcut keys?
Can anyone help please?
How can I give focus to a textbox (for example we have two) by defining a shortcut key as alt+m ?
Thanks in advance
Btw, I'm a beginner so please tell me in the simplest way. :)
Use a Label in front of each text box and in the Caption for the Label, use an & in front of the letter to define the shortcut key - &m in your example. Make sure the Label's TabIndex is one less than the TabIndex for its associated TexBox. That should do it.
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