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How to call Tablet PC input Panel from vb.net

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Al
Hi,
I wrote a similar application for getting ink input
before release of the Windows XP Tablet PC edition.
However, now I would like to use the Tablet PC Input
Panel instead. Can anyone tell me how I can call this
program from my vb code? Before calling this program I
like to check to see if the application is running under
Windows XP Tablet PC edition or not and if it is call it.
I appreciate any help.
Thanks in advance
Al

Nov 20 '05 #1
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Al,
Have you looked at the Table PC SDK?

It has controls & objects that you can use to interact very closely with the
Tablet PC elements.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...dkversions.asp

http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/is...3/10/tabletpc/

Hope this helps
Jay

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Hi,
I wrote a similar application for getting ink input
before release of the Windows XP Tablet PC edition.
However, now I would like to use the Tablet PC Input
Panel instead. Can anyone tell me how I can call this
program from my vb code? Before calling this program I
like to check to see if the application is running under
Windows XP Tablet PC edition or not and if it is call it.
I appreciate any help.
Thanks in advance
Al

Nov 20 '05 #2

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Hi Jay
Thanks for the information and i will look into SDK 1.5. I did develop
my app with tablet SDK 1.0 and i see that XP Tablet edition does have
Pen input and was wondering i can just call it instead of creating my
own control.
Thanks again
Al
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