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My macro opens a window in a program

In that window I have to mark all text and copy it.

 

Normally i use text command: <control>A

 

But this is not working in this window.

 

The only way I can mark all is to hold shift and press arrow up so many times as there is text.

 

This is ok.

 

But the text size can be all from 2 to 1000 words

 

Is there a way to get the arrow up to start when the computer gives the sound for end of key press???

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My macro opens a window in a program

 

It might help to know the program's name.

 

In that window I have to mark all text and copy it.

 

Definitely text? Your subject says 'Copy All In A Picture'

 

Normally i use text command: <control>A

 

I've found that's usually reliable. Does your program happen to use that particular hotkey itself? (I've come across a few that do.) Have you tried <CTRLD>a<CTRLU> ?

 

Failing that, try to emulate the Shift+Control+End method of selecting everything with

 

Text Type: <CTRLD><HOME><CTRLU><CTRLD><SHIFTD><END><SHIFTU><CTRLU>

 

Also, try adding a Keystroke Speed command, with say 10 or 100 ms, although I doubt that's the cause.

 

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Terry, West Sussex, UK

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