VBS… How to change focus to MS Access?

I'm trying to use the sendkey command via vbs to an existing access db, but I can't figure out how to change the focus to it.  I tried the below code.
Dim Act :Set Act = CreateObject("Wscript.Shell")
'Also tried Act.AppActivate("MSACCESS")
WScript.Sleep 1000
Act.SendKeys "username"
Act.SendKeys "{TAB}"
Act.SendKeys "password"
Act.SendKeys "{ENTER}"

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AppActivate is what you will use, but you need to supply the leading characters on the title bar of the open Access application.
kbay808Author Commented:
The name of the DB is QMT.  Where do I put the "Q"?

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with the database open, what is the text in the title bar?
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kbay808Author Commented:
I just realized that it’s not an Access window.  The DB is linked to tables on another network and it requires authentication.  The window that I need to focus on is the “Windows Security” window, but it would be good to know how to focus on a form.  If the form name was "Menu", what would the code look like?
the string parameter for the AppActivate statement/method would be "Menu"

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kbay808Author Commented:
Like this?

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kbay808Author Commented:
That works perfect for any window.  Thank you very much.
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