Spread Windows Forms 12.0 Product Documentation
Managing Keyboard Interaction
Spread Windows Forms 12.0 Product Documentation > Developer's Guide > Managing Keyboard Interaction

You can customize user interaction with your Spread component by mapping keyboard inputs from the user to particular actions on the Spread component using input maps and action maps. For example, pressing the Home key can be associated with moving the active cell to the first cell in the row. Many of the keys are mapped to actions by default. You can customize these default maps as well as add new mappings to create the interactions you want. The following topics describe the default mappings as well as procedures for setting up maps to customize keystroke processing.

For more information on the classes involved, refer to the ActionMap and InputMap classes.