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Activating Open Session - Continuing macro in that session

Activating Open Session - Continuing macro in that session

Activating Open Session - Continuing macro in that session

(OP)
Okay, I can activate the session I want with AppActivate but I can't get it to continue executing the macro in the other session.  Here is what I have...

CODE

Dim Sys As Object, Sess As Object, MyScreen As Object, MyArea As Object, i as Integer, oApp as Object, oWin as Object
        
        Set MyScreen = Sess1.Screen
        
        cert$ = Myscreen.getstring(06,27,09)
        cert = cert$
        
        AppActivate "EDS-MF3 - Extra! X-treme"
        
        Set Sess = System.ActiveSession
        
        Set MyScreen = Sess.Screen
        
        homecheck$ = Myscreen.getstring(16,08,07)
        homecheck = homecheck$
        
        cmdln$ = Myscreen.getstring(23,02,03)
        cmdln = cmdln$
        
        sshom$ = Myscreen.getstring(01,30,07)
        sshom = sshom$
        
        comment$ = Myscreen.getstring(02,43,07)
        comment = comment$
        
        ccs$ = Myscreen.getstring(01,31,04)
        ccs = ccs$
        
        ccswksht$ = Myscreen.getstring(01,28,04)
        ccswksht = ccswksht$

I figure the issue is that I need to declare the active session as the screen I want to pull the info from but I haven't been able to find the right way to do that.  Your thoughts?  Thanks in advance!

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