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Hey Guys,

I am wanting to force keystrokes after X amount of seconds... I already know the whole timer deal and stuff, just I forgot the function to force keystrokes.... I thought it was like KeyPress() or something like that, but that is a member of an object.

Anyways, if you guys know, give me a reply... I got both VB and VB.Net so either command, doesn't matter, just an app for me.

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