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Hi expert:

I have opened a application from VB. I want to use "sendkeys" to minimalize his window.But I do not know the combination. "Alt_f4" is used closing the application. How about minimalization of the window???

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MikeP090797 earned 50 total points
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Using SendKeys, <Alt>, <Space>, and 'n' will do it
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why don't you use the windowstate property?
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