.NET Framework (current version)
Gets or sets the text that is displayed by the
AccessText element. Namespace:
PresentationFramework (in PresentationFramework.dll)
member Text : string with get, set
The text without the first underscore character. The default is an empty string.
An access key is not created if you use the
property to supply text for an Text AccessText element. This property is used internally to determine the text that is displayed by the access key. You can use this property to set additional text that does not contain the mnemonic (underlined character) or to retrieve the access key text.
- or -
A string that contains the underscore character. This value becomes an
AccessText that handles access keys for the object. The access key is the character that immediately follows the underscore. accessTextObject
The following example creates an access key that customizes the first letter of the access key, which contains the mnemonic, and then sets the rest of the text by using the
< DockPanel >
< AccessText Background = " Red " Foreground = " LightBlue " FontFamily = " Arial Narrow " FontSize = " 16 " FontStyle = " Italic "
FontWeight = " Bold " >_E </ AccessText > < AccessText Text = " dit " />
</ DockPanel >
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