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F9 Key via Connector?

F9 Key via Connector?

F9 Key via Connector?

(OP)
I can't remember the proper syntax for passing an F9 key via Connector

    MIMS.Screen.MSO.Commands("Create").Execute
    MIMS.Screen.MSO.Commends("CREATE").Execute
both return an error:"unable to match named index"

    MIMS.Screen.Fields(FKEYS1I) = "F9"
has no effect - regardless of which F-Key is sent

Any ideas?

RE: F9 Key via Connector?

I try this bit of (VB) code to see what the name of the command.

CODE

    strFK = ""
    For iFK = 1 To oMimsx.Screen.MSO.Commands.Count
      strFK = strFK & CStr(iFK) & " " & _
              oMimsx.Screen.MSO.Commands(iFK).Name & "; "
    Next iFK
    Debug.Print "Commands/Function Keys available on " & _
                oMimsx.Screen.MSO.Name & _
                ": " & _
                strFK

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