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How can I exchange focus between apps?

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I have two apps, app 1 and app2.
I need to after doing some work in app 1, app 1 automatically change the focus to app 2.

Thanks in advance.
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Dalin earned 120 total points
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Use the AppActivate statement:

AppActivate "Microsoft Word"       ' give word focus

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