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Right Alt will work - only if you are in editing mode (i.e. typing something in some textbox and not browsing windows etc) Left Alt + Shift will switch between languages. You can modify this setting easily in the Languages/Keyboards setting.
Default Windows UI elements determine hotkeys by marking the hotkey character (Alt + ...) with an &. For examble, in your case the UI text will most likely be something like &Accept and &Don't accept, which would result in the A and D being shown underlined and the shortcuts Alt + A and Alt + D being assigned. It doesn't have to be the very ...
Haven't tried it for your specific use, but I would suggest giving keybroadcast a shot.
As suggested here, the solution is to edit HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/software/microsoft/windows/currentversion/explorer/appkey/18/ShellExecute Alternatively, as suggested by Brian, download the Microsoft "Mouse and Keyboard Center" and edit the button's function through it.
The built-in pages already have this; Windows simply hides the hotkey markers until you press Alt.
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