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    Possible with a form and vba?

    Hi,

    Currently have CTI software that links to our telephone system to dial telephone numbers in our database forms on a click on a command button.

    This software is soon due to change whereby it does not have a reference to programming with VBA / VB.

    Instead:

    You can highlight the chosen telephone number field and press CTRL+SHIFT+D

    Is there a way to achieve this same result on a command button so we can have the same functionaility?
    Best Regards,

    Luke

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    You can use the SendKeys method after highlighting the number. No guarantees though.
    http://ss64.com/vb/sendkeys.html

    cheers, Paul

    p.s. Have you asked CTI why they are removing a perfectly good API?

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