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[Left Click] via mouse_event API becomes a [Right Click --> Properties] selecton on Win XP Quick Launch button?

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http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Visual_Basic/Q_21092068.html

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It does not work on 2000
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Thank you Mikal613 for taking the time to try it out.

We now know that the code DOES work on WinME but DOES NOT work Win2000 or WinXP.

Anyone have suggestions or solutions?

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