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Microsoft: FoxPro FAQ

API Functions

How to use Microsoft's On-Screen Keyboard by Mike Gagnon
Posted: 5 May 04 (Edited 28 May 04)

Run the following.


Declare Long FindWindow  In WIN32API String, String
Declare Long SetWindowPos  In WIN32API Integer,Integer,Integer,Integer,Integer,Integer,Integer
Declare Long ShowWindow  In WIN32API Long, Long

HWnd = FindWindow( .Null. , "On-Screen Keyboard" )

If HWnd = 0
    Run /N osk
    HWnd = FindWindow( .Null. , "On-Screen Keyboard")
    SetWindowPos( HWnd , -1 , 1, Sysmetric(22)-300 , Sysmetric(21) , 300 , 0 )
    ShowWindow( HWnd , 9 )
    SetWindowPos( HWnd , -1 , 1, Sysmetric(22)-300 , Sysmetric(21) , 300 , 0 )

Mike Gagnon

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