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Old Apr 17th, 2015, 7:33 AM   #1
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using xsl styles sheet in a button click event

hi. doing a project and extending the WoodStocks application. so need to google and find how to add keyboard short cuts to the data grid, the combo box, how to manually add the read only and edit columns and to do error handling for the save button. once i do this, then need to have two buttons. two different styles sheets, and using xml and xsl. so, do i just then do the xml and the xsl style sheet headers in a cutton click event. have gone through the learning from http://www.w3schools.com, and done the xml and the xsl tutorials. and so. just asking for your feedback, tips and tricks. and now, looking to have two style sheets, one for a visual user and one for a blind user. what aspects should i have in each style sheet. looking for feedback, advice. thanks. marvin.
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