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I need to create onscreen keyboard which can be used for other application by calling the execution file.

What I have tried:

I have tried with help of sendkeys and appactivate.But in the appactivate we need to give the process name like notepad,..But I don't need like that.By calling the exe of the onscreen keyboard application in other application.
Updated 6-Sep-22 20:09pm

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The problem is that the keypad is an application, and if you are interacting with it (touch or click) then it is the "active application" and Windows doesn't store a "last application active" for you to reference - even if it did, it would probably be the desktop when you started the keyboard app from an icon or the taskbar!

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