Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Table 6-3. Key Codes
Key
Key Code
Delete or Del
{Delete} or {Del}
Down Arrow
{Down}
End
{End}
Enter
~ (Tilde)
Enter (Numeric Keypad)
{Enter}
F1 through F15
{F1} through {F15}
Help
{Help}
Home
{Home}
Insert or Ins
{Insert}
Left Arrow
{Left}
Num Lock
{NumLock}
Page Down
{PGDN}
Page Up
{PGUP}
Return
{Return}
Right Arrow
{Right}
Scroll Lock
{ScrollLock}
Tab
{Tab}
Up Arrow
{Up}
Key Modifier
Key Code
Shift
+ (Plus Sign)
Ctrl
^ (Caret)
Alt
% (Percent Sign)
SendKeys Method
The SendKeys method allows you to send keystrokes to the keyboard buffer for when you
need to send keystrokes to the current application. This can be especially useful if you know
your procedure will cause a dialog box to open and there is no method to prevent the dialog
box from appearing and waiting on user input.
The syntax for the SendKeys method is
expression .SendKeys ( Keys , Wait )
expression
is an optional expression that returns an Application object.
Keys is a required variant expression, usually expressed as a string, that contains the
key codes you want to send. (See Table 6-3 for a list of key codes for special keys.)
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