Microsoft KB Archive/41582

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Amdek Has CLREPC.EXE to Help with Keyboard Incompatibilities

Article ID: 41582

Article Last Modified on 11/21/2006



APPLIES TO

  • Microsoft QuickBasic 2.0
  • Microsoft QuickBasic 2.01
  • Microsoft QuickBasic 3.0
  • Microsoft QuickBasic 4.0
  • Microsoft QuickBASIC 4.0b
  • Microsoft QuickBasic 4.5 for MS-DOS
  • Microsoft BASIC Compiler 6.0
  • Microsoft BASIC Compiler 6.0b
  • Microsoft BASIC Professional Development System 7.0
  • Microsoft BASIC Professional Development System 7.1



This article was previously published under Q41582

SUMMARY

Amdek has a keyboard driver called CLREPC.EXE to help with keyboard incompatibilities with QuickBasic. To obtain this file, you can call an Amdek regional office at (312) 364-1180. This program is not guaranteed by Microsoft to work properly and is only mentioned for your information.

MORE INFORMATION

It is best to create a batch file that loads the CLREPC.EXE driver and then invokes QuickBasic. The following is a sample batch file:

   clrepc
   C:\<PATH NAME>\QB
   set epc
                

This loads the driver, runs QuickBasic, and then resets the keyboard after you exit QuickBasic.

This keyboard correction does not let you highlight text with the extended-keyboard cursor keys; instead, you must use the numeric keypad with the SHIFT key.


Additional query words: QuickBas BasicCom

Keywords: KB41582