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What application contains the text? 

Could you possibly use the Macro Express "Window Resize" command?

Can you show us the macro command(s) you are using to type WIN_F12? 

Something like this?

   Text Type (Simulate Keystrokes): <WIND><F12><WINU>
   Delay: 250 milliseconds
   Text Type (Simulate Keystrokes): <WIND><F12><WINU>
   Delay: 250 milliseconds
   Text Type (Simulate Keystrokes): <WIND><F12><WINU>

 

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The application is vDosWP a 'modern' program that allows the DOS program, WordPerfect, to operate in 64bit Win10. WIN_F12 increases the size of its window.

 

I KNOW it is available, but at the time of trying, I could not find the Text Type trigger;  so instead clicked on an icon/tool that exposed a window offering text input.

I clicked on 'Win', but had to TYPE in the F12, so the MACRO showed 'WIN F12 WIN F12 WIN F12'

When it's hotkey was pressed, the WP/vDosWp program's window merely showed 'WIN' 'WIN' 'WIN'  instead of being resized.

 

I can see how the code YOU provide is likely to have the effect I want, but I repeat, I could not find the correct tool in the left pane to let me enter that code.

 

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