#841 – Display Underlines for Access Keys at All Times
June 13, 2013 4 Comments
Normally, the underline characters that are used to indicate access keys for controls are displayed only after you press the Alt key.
For example, before you press the Alt key, you won’t see any underlines:
But once you press the Alt key, you’ll see underlines indicating access keys for all controls:
You can, however, change a setting in the Control Panel so that the underlines are always visible.
In Control Panel, click on Ease of Access. (Instructions below apply to Windows 8).
Click on Ease of Access Center.
Click on the Make the keyboard easier to use option.
Enable the option Underline keyboard shortcuts and access keys.
The underlines indicating access keys will now be displayed immediately when you start your application.