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Hi,
There is a "SendKeys" VCL for DELPHI written by Steve Texeira in his book Borland Delphi Developers Guide isbn 0-672-30914-9 , by Sams Publishing, explained on pages 918-930. Now since the VCL is compatible with C++ Builder you can pop it into your code. I don't know if I'm allowed to post it, since it is quite long and copyrighted, but if you track down that book it is there. I hope this helps.

Alan Young
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Thanks for your reply...I will check this out.  It's been driving me crazy.
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