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daledsm

I have searched the fourms and couldn't find something related, and if I did, i am so new to this that I didn't realize that it was related. Any help is appreicated.

I have a situation where I need to contorl a power point from a virtual keystroke on a touch panel. The touch panle only allows for one key command per button push. I need it to work that when I press one keystroke, it sends a keyboard macro of commands to the power point program (it isn't really powerpoint, it is of a different breed, but is sorta power point)

Here is what I have:

For the left slide forward = right arrow

left side reverse = left arrow

right side forward = shift + right arrow

right side reverse = shift + left arrow

both slides advance = ctrl + right arrow

both sides reverse = ctrl + left arrow

left hide/show = H

right hide/sho = shift + H

both hide/show = ctrl + H

I was thinking I could use the function keys or something to run these macros. Example: F6 will run the ctrl + left arrow macro and reverse both slides.

Any thoughts? If someone can get me started with the first one, I can figure out the rest. I don't even know where to start. I have downloaded the software, but havn't yet even figured that out, but I will.

Thanks for the help!

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cdkid

I'm not sure if this will help you, but look into something using "HotKeySet". (helpfile)

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