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SendMessage to 3rd Party Application's Menu

Posted on 2006-10-22
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Hi Experts.. can anyone please guide me with a example of simulating a key stroke (Ctrl + M) in another application.
iam able to control the 3rd party application's buttons, checkbox... etc other than Menu.. iam having praoblem getting access to menus from my programm...

 ----------------                        ----------------------
|                   |                       |    3rd Party App
| my APP       | ---------------> | Menu
|                   |                       |
----------------                         ---------------------

Can anyone please tell me as soon as possible

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Question by:GouthamRDodda
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You need to send WM_MENUSELECT message to the owner window.

Check this for help:
http://windowssdk.msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms646352.aspx
http://tols17.oulu.fi/~vtatila/ohjy/english/ohjy38.html
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by:GouthamRDodda
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Thanks Rajeev.. i found the answer myself.. but still thanks for your time.. ill accept your effort
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