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Problems with SENDKEYS in Windos200 pro

Posted on 2001-08-09
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I have a aplication deveveloped with vb6.0,
I use sendkeys in keypress event.
E.g.
Private Sub Text1_KeyPress(KeyAscii As Integer)
    If KeyAscii = 13 Then
        SendKeys "{TAB}"
        KeyAscii = 0
    End If
End Sub

but when I use the aplication in Windows2000 pro, my keyboard is lock it.

How Can i solve this problem?
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Question by:jmgs082598
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by:Dave_Greene
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I would put the code in the KeyUp method.
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by:glass_cookie
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Hi!

Have you tried using the keydown() event?

That's it!

glass cookie : )
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Valliappan AN earned 100 total points
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Give a try to:

   If KeyAscii = 13 Then
       KeyAscii = vbKeyTab
   End If

Cheers
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by:PeteD
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valli_an is right! Its bad to use sendkeys as it is very unreliable!
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