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Default Contextmenus and Key Shortcuts

I have assigned a contextmenu to a datagrid in my WINDOWS application and I
want to use keyboard shortcuts.

I have assigned a shortcut - lets say ctrlK - but do I need to assign a
handler in the same way I have to do to capture the contextmenu.click event
(AddHandler mnuItem.Click, AddressOf RepriceJob)?

Because at present nothing is happening.

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