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Word VBA - Win32 API for emulating left mouse clicks

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Dear experts,

I am writing a macro which involves an emulated left click on the Word document as a part of the design. Can any expert provide me the API reference or usable code for that the emulated right click action?



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Take a look at this thread.  If I understand your question correctly, think this post will give you a way to what you need:
http://www.mrexcel.com/forum/excel-questions/83310-visual-basic-applications-send-right-click-application-2.html

Hope this helps.
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Thank. Problem solved.
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