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Mouse Right Click Menu Copy Shortcut

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Hi I would like to get to the right click menu but do not know how to do so.

For example, when you right click in ie6 you get a mouse menu. I would like to right click over a link and then copy the shortcut. "Copy shortcut" on the menu. How do I get to the menu? I can right click.. mousedown..etc.. but since there is no hotkey or anything associated with "Copy Shortcut" that I can find I cannot actually activate it.

Any suggestions?

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Hi I would like to get to the right click menu but do not know how to do so.

For example, when you right click in ie6 you get a mouse menu. I would like to right click over a link and then copy the shortcut. "Copy shortcut" on the menu. How do I get to the menu? I can right click.. mousedown..etc.. but since there is no hotkey or anything associated with "Copy Shortcut" that I can find I cannot actually activate it.

Any suggestions?

Check to see if there is a letter underlined in the context menu item you want. Usually there is such a letter and then all you have to do is right click and Send the letter. If there is no letter underlined then you can Send("{DOWN 3}") or however many times are appropriate and then Send("{ENTER}").


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Check to see if there is a letter underlined in the context menu item you want. Usually there is such a letter and then all you have to do is right click and Send the letter. If there is no letter underlined then you can Send("{DOWN 3}") or however many times are appropriate and then Send("{ENTER}").

Send("{DOWN 3}") .. thanks! I had no idea..haha. I've never used a down arrow to get to it on the keyboard..

Ok so basically the question is solved as it now works.. however I would still like to know if there is a more direct method. So I could right click and activate it without the visual auto movements..

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