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How to trap  Alt + tab   keys  in SDI  application.
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You need to setup system keyboard hook with SetWindowsHookEx with WH_KEYBOARD as idHook.
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I have fogotten to mentioned hook procedure must be implemented in DLL only.
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I had  tried with SetWindowsHookEx(). Am unable to trap Alt+Tab keys.If possible give me a sample code. I would be very thankful to you
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