DC ReturnKeyEnable allows you to access form controls using the Return key instead of Tab. This way, you don't have to switch between keys to enter codes, access controls, and navigate through your form. With DC ReturnKeyEnable, you can spend less time defining events and more time perfecting your application. It only takes a single line of code to enable the Return key - no need for additional programming and repetitive codes. DC ReturnKeyEnable enters the code at the beginning of your form, instead of defining each event and re-entering the code throughout your project. DC ReturnKeyEnable can be loaded onto any COM-based application, including Borland C++, Visual C++, Visual Basic, and Delphi. It also works with major programming languages used with these applications, so you won't have to learn a whole new script to enable the Return key. DC ReturnKeyEnable registers the key files automatically on Windows 98, NT, 2000, and XP operating systems. You can also set it to load upon opening your project - just copy the file DC_ReturnKeyEnable 10.dll from the Winsystem directory (usually C:\Windows\system32) from the Project menu. This will add it as a reference, which allows you to integrate the code into your project. If you want to know more about ReturnKeyEnable, you are welcome to try it for free before buying the full version. The trial version is available from EgyFirst Software (www.mygoldensoft.com ) and some computer magazines, and may be copied and distributed for free. The full version of ReturnKeyEnable is also available from mygoldensoft.com. Visit the site for up-to-date pricing and product information. Once you send your request, you will be sent a registration key via email. The program will be activated immediately after you register online.
Platform Windows 95/98/ME
Operating Systems Windows 95/98/ME,Windows NT/2000,WindowsCE,Windows XP,Windows NT/2000/2003/SBS2003,Windows Vista
Date added 17 Jan 2005
Last Updated 6 Apr 2012
Tags returnkey enabled,enterkey enabled,returnkey navigation,enterkey navigation