Re: message to MenuBar

"David Ching" <>
Wed, 30 Apr 2008 03:58:42 -0700
"Kuenga" <> wrote in message


I have used third party menu bar to get the Visual Studio type Menu.
When I run VBScript like SendKeys "%FO", the menu bar doesnot respond.
The VBScript sends the following message:-


The VBScript is meant to select the File from Menu and then Open.

Previous the script worked since CMenu was being used. Now we are
using third party menu bar which does Not respond to the above
message, since CMenu has been removed by the third party and they had
used their own Menu bar derived from CControl Bar to provide the Menu

So wanted to know how to send message to menu bar from the VBscript ?

Run Spy++ to capture messages received by your main window when you manually
type Alt+F, O. These are the messages your VBScript needs to send (or

FWIW, I think SendKeys() uses either keybd_event() or SendInput() to
manually generate keyboard events at a very low level (the level above the
hardware-generated events) which Windows then uses interprets and generates
the above WM_ messages. I don't think SendKeys() generates WM_ messages
directly. You could investigate just generating the raw keystrokes, if
you're sure your window has the focus when the script is run.

-- David

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