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Word 2007 VBA Code to access another applications open window

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I have a Word 2007 macro that needs to control another applications open window by using the sendkeys command.  I am trying to find the code that will let me access the open window of the other application. The title of the open window is "Worldox - Save"
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On Error Resume Next
AppActivate "Worldox - Save"
If Err = 0 Then
  SendKeys
Else
  Err.Clear
End If

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