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This is a discussion on Try... within the Windows Programming forums, part of the Platform Specific Boards category; Go to a progs site and check around for the handle of the version of AIM that you are using, ...

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    Try...

    Go to a progs site and check around for the handle of the version of AIM that you are using, you can start from there. If you can' find it, check around some programming site, I have found misc. apps that can find that handle of you target app. Thats as much as i can tell you to do.
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    Programming is fun, mkay?
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    Question Where can I?

    Where would I find a program that will do that?
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    Just one more wrong move. -KEN-'s Avatar
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    You can just use FindWindow to get your AIM handle...

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    Programming is fun, mkay?
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    Question I did that already, but what about..

    I already did FindWindow, but now how to I make the AIM window type keys from the EDIT box I have?
    Website(s): http://www16.brinkster.com/trifaze/

    E-mail: trifaze_mattu@lycos.com

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