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I would like to replicate Windows' OnScreen Keyboard (OSK.exe) in VB.Net.

I checked on Experts-Exchange and i found :

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Visual_Basic/Q_21306233.html?qid=21306233&qid=21306233

Unfortunately i don't understand how to convert the given VB6 solution into VB.net language.
And basically I'm not sure this solution could work for vb.net.

Could you give me a hand?

Marc
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That's excatly what I was looking for !

Many Thanks ! ;-))
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