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Call Accessory Manager from Excel

Call Accessory Manager from Excel

Call Accessory Manager from Excel

I have been writing code using CASL language for Attachmate Accessory Manager. As many on these boards have stated, I have decided that this language is too limiting and want to convert to VB.
Can anyone provide a very simple macro built in Excel VB that can call Accessory Manager and place the phrase "Hello World" in co-ordinate 01, 01 of the Accessory Manager screen?
I'm not sure if this makes a difference, but when our employees sign into Attachmate Accessory Manager, they do so through a Citrix web application.
With this I should be able to convert the rest with no problems.
Thanks :)

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