Send hotkey of more than 2 characters to Excel

Hi,

I would like to send a hotkey of more than characters to Excel (ALT + C + O + A ). The send hotkey activity allows to send only two characters. Is there a way to do that ?

Thank you

Hi @Obee,

We should able to pass more than 2 characters also in a send hot key activity…

PFA

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Hi @sankar.kuna

Out of curiosity ,what if we needs to pass ALT+U+P. Where there is a key “up” already available in the drop down list of the send hot key activity. In this case, Which will be processed “ALT+U+P” or “ALT+ UP”.

Regards,
Ranjith.

Hi @Ranjith,

Thats a very good revert…

Here in this it is able to differentiate between “up” and “u+p” we can mention like “up” or up it is considering that as keys and not special key…

Please try and revert back with response. :slight_smile:

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Thanks for the answer @sankar.kuna , If it is mentioned within double quotes it refers to special key or it will consider the value as combination of characters.Am i right?

Hey @Obee @ranjith

You can use like below as well:

Regards…!!
Aksh

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Hi @Obee,

You may also try the following strategy:

All of them are with the Activate property enabled.

Hi sankar.kuna,

I have tried this approach but it didn’t work.

I tried following combination for ALT EST command in excel:

ALT + EST
ALT + “EST”
ALT + “E+S+T”

Thanks,
Saurabh

Hi,
EST should be small letter.

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Thanks a ton ddpadil!!!

It worked :slight_smile:

Hi Team,

I just want to paste special values
, I selected the range, then maximizing it, then shift f10 for right click, there I don’t know how to click on values

Please help me out

Here trick is in Excel use small letter i.e. n p u etc. while using Send Hot Key

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