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Record key strokes?

Posted on 1998-07-07
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Hello,
I am wondering how I would go about recording all key strokes typed while my program would be running in the background (tsr?)
Any help at all would be great.

==Rob
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First you have to know which form has the focus, then under the event sub "KeyPress" you can tell which Ascii character has been pressed, the following is an example:
Private Sub Form_KeyPress(KeyAscii As Integer)
    MsgBox chr$(KeyAscii)
End Sub
To try this example, paste the code into the decleration part of a Form and then Press F5.
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