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I want to be able to save every key I press to a file
but I don't want to have the form on top or the active form.
I want it to be on the task bar but still logging every key I press. Can It be done and how?

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by:myqlG
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Yes it can be done but you need a system wide message hook.
Like msghook.dll and it isnt easy.
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by:bradsoblesky
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If you could run through the easiest way to do it or help me find an example of it in VB6. I would be very thankful.
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by:bradsoblesky
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by:bradsoblesky
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Adjusted points to 20
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by:bradsoblesky
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Adjusted points to 25
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by:bradsoblesky
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I want help on how to do it and or examples.
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by:mdougan
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I suppose the obvious question is why do you want such a program?  It wouldn't be to collect people's passwords and such would it?

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by:SimonSmith121498
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myqIG is right. There is no other way to do it, and it's not easy. Give him the points - or pay him to do the program.
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by:bradsoblesky
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I want to steel the hello out off passwords but for fun not for dammage or anthing. If you don't believe me you don't have to help but I'll be glad to give you hundreds of points.
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by:bradsoblesky
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Adjusted points to 100
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by:bradsoblesky
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Adjusted points to 200
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by:bradsoblesky
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Is the pause a no. Don't want the points laying around.
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Mirkwood earned 800 total points
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Take a look at
http://www.experts-exchange.com/topics/comp/os-ms-windows/programming/owl/Q.10110749

Some of the top-experts agree that it cannot be done using VB.
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