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VB6 SendKeys under Windows 8

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So I have a VB6 program that runs just fine under Windows 7.  When I put it on a Windows 8 machine, it won't allow my code to issue SendKeys command.

Any Ideas???
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You should use SendInput API instead.
Here is an useful Module http://vb.mvps.org/samples/SendInput
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