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Setting focus on another application using Process name

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How to set focus on another application using the process name

VB.NET code:

If Process.GetProcessByName("ExternalApplication").Length >=1 Then
     For Each ObjProcess As Process In Process.GetProcessByName("ExternalApplication")
End If

The SendKeys coding is used to maximize the external application when it's minimized. See this link to see more SendKeys commands:[^].


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QuestionProblem in code Pin
ChrisRaisin19-Feb-22 15:43
ChrisRaisin19-Feb-22 15:43 
GeneralMy vote of 1 Pin
Clinton McCool17-Jul-18 11:24
Clinton McCool17-Jul-18 11:24 
GeneralMy vote of 5 Pin
TheCrazyTim7-May-13 18:26
TheCrazyTim7-May-13 18:26 
GeneralIs there a better way to do it? without the Sendkeys command? Pin
noobiam25-Mar-13 22:16
noobiam25-Mar-13 22:16 

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