Buttons are intended to perform some actions available in a form. To use a button, click it or activate it using Tab or Shift + Tab and then press Enter.

One of the form buttons can be the default one, and you can use it not only by clicking but also by pressing Ctrl + Enter.


Fig. 55. A form button

Some buttons have keyboard shortcuts that duplicate their functions. You do not have to select or activate a button prior to using a keyboard shortcut.

Some buttons have "pressed" and "released" states. They indicate that some application mode is enabled or disabled.

If the action associated with a button is not available, the button appears shaded.


Fig. 56. The button is not available

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