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sendkeys problem for MDI form

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In VB6, I initialize APP.Helpfile to the help file XXX.hlp my co-worker created.  I am sure that the XXX.hlp works.  However, when I show a MDI form and it did not show the help file and freeze either press F1 key or click the menu which will execute the sendkeys "{F1}" command.  When I click one of the menu of the MDI form and bring up another form, and the F1 key works either the form is a MDI child form or not.  I am sure that my co-worker VB6 program works and his program is similar to mine and I could not figure out the differences.  Please help!
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It is urgent!!  Please response ASAP!!!

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URGENT!!!  Please response ASAP!!

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URGENT!!  PLEASE RESPONSE ASAP!!!

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As Maxim10553 puts it you can't keep asking questions and not accept the comments.  Close the question you asked last January.  It is:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=win95&qid=20065786

If you feel the answers do not address your question, then ask Community Support to delete your question.  You just can't leave it open.

Also, typing comments in UPPER case is considered like shouting and it is hard to help you when you yell at us.
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wkitli - i will contact community support to review the question. I truly hope they ban your privelages, and hope you never return to this site.
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