Application.KeyString method (Word)

Returns the key combination string for the specified keys (for example, CTRL+SHIFT+A).

Syntax

expression. KeyString( _KeyCode_ , _KeyCode2_ )

expression A variable that represents an Application object.

Parameters

Name Required/Optional Data type Description
KeyCode Required Long A key you specify by using one of the WdKey constants.
KeyCode2 Optional Variant A second key you specify by using one of the WdKey constants.

Return value

String

Remarks

You can use the BuildKeyCode method to create the KeyCode or KeyCode2 argument.

Example

This example displays the key combination string (CTRL+SHIFT+A) for the following WdKey constants: wdKeyControl, wdKeyShift, and wdKeyA.

CustomizationContext = ActiveDocument.AttachedTemplate 
MsgBox KeyString(KeyCode:=BuildKeyCode(wdKeyControl, _ 
 wdKeyShift, wdKeyA))

See also

Application Object

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