Keycode Constants

Last modified: December 06, 2011

Applies to: Office 2013 | VBA

The following constants can be used anywhere in your code in place of the actual values:

Constant

Value

Description

vbKeyLButton

0x1

Left mouse button

vbKeyRButton

0x2

Right mouse button

vbKeyCancel

0x3

CANCEL key

vbKeyMButton

0x4

Middle mouse button

vbKeyBack

0x8

BACKSPACE key

vbKeyTab

0x9

TAB key

vbKeyClear

0xC

CLEAR key

vbKeyReturn

0xD

ENTER key

vbKeyShift

0x10

SHIFT key

vbKeyControl

0x11

CTRL key

vbKeyMenu

0x12

MENU key

vbKeyPause

0x13

PAUSE key

vbKeyCapital

0x14

CAPS LOCK key

vbKeyEscape

0x1B

ESC key

vbKeySpace

0x20

SPACEBAR key

vbKeyPageUp

0x21

PAGE UP key

vbKeyPageDown

0x22

PAGE DOWN key

vbKeyEnd

0x23

END key

vbKeyHome

0x24

HOME key

vbKeyLeft

0x25

LEFT ARROW key

vbKeyUp

0x26

UP ARROW key

vbKeyRight

0x27

RIGHT ARROW key

vbKeyDown

0x28

DOWN ARROW key

vbKeySelect

0x29

SELECT key

vbKeyPrint

0x2A

PRINT SCREEN key

vbKeyExecute

0x2B

EXECUTE key

vbKeySnapshot

0x2C

SNAPSHOT key

vbKeyInsert

0x2D

INSERT key

vbKeyDelete

0x2E

DELETE key

vbKeyHelp

0x2F

HELP key

vbKeyNumlock

0x90

NUM LOCK key

The A key through the Z key are the same as the ASCII equivalents A – Z:

Constant

Value

Description

vbKeyA

65

A key

vbKeyB

66

B key

vbKeyC

67

C key

vbKeyD

68

D key

vbKeyE

69

E key

vbKeyF

70

F key

vbKeyG

71

G key

vbKeyH

72

H key

vbKeyI

73

I key

vbKeyJ

74

J key

vbKeyK

75

K key

vbKeyL

76

L key

vbKeyM

77

M key

vbKeyN

78

N key

vbKeyO

79

O key

vbKeyP

80

P key

vbKeyQ

81

Q key

vbKeyR

82

R key

vbKeyS

83

S key

vbKeyT

84

T key

vbKeyU

85

U key

vbKeyV

86

V key

vbKeyW

87

W key

vbKeyX

88

X key

vbKeyY

89

Y key

vbKeyZ

90

Z key

The 0 key through 9 key are the same as their ASCII equivalents 0 – 9:

Constant

Value

Description

vbKey0

48

0 key

vbKey1

49

1 key

vbKey2

50

2 key

vbKey3

51

3 key

vbKey4

52

4 key

vbKey5

53

5 key

vbKey6

54

6 key

vbKey7

55

7 key

vbKey8

56

8 key

vbKey9

57

9 key

The following constants represent keys on the numeric keypad:

Constant

Value

Description

vbKeyNumpad0

0x60

0 key

vbKeyNumpad1

0x61

1 key

vbKeyNumpad2

0x62

2 key

vbKeyNumpad3

0x63

3 key

vbKeyNumpad4

0x64

4 key

vbKeyNumpad5

0x65

5 key

vbKeyNumpad6

0x66

6 key

vbKeyNumpad7

0x67

7 key

vbKeyNumpad8

0x68

8 key

vbKeyNumpad9

0x69

9 key

vbKeyMultiply

0x6A

MULTIPLICATION SIGN (*) key

vbKeyAdd

0x6B

PLUS SIGN (+) key

vbKeySeparator

0x6C

ENTER key

vbKeySubtract

0x6D

MINUS SIGN () key

vbKeyDecimal

0x6E

DECIMAL POINT (.) key

vbKeyDivide

0x6F

DIVISION SIGN (/) key

The following constants represent function keys:

Constant

Value

Description

vbKeyF1

0x70

F1 key

vbKeyF2

0x71

F2 key

vbKeyF3

0x72

F3 key

vbKeyF4

0x73

F4 key

vbKeyF5

0x74

F5 key

vbKeyF6

0x75

F6 key

vbKeyF7

0x76

F7 key

vbKeyF8

0x77

F8 key

vbKeyF9

0x78

F9 key

vbKeyF10

0x79

F10 key

vbKeyF11

0x7A

F11 key

vbKeyF12

0x7B

F12 key

vbKeyF13

0x7C

F13 key

vbKeyF14

0x7D

F14 key

vbKeyF15

0x7E

F15 key

vbKeyF16

0x7F

F16 key

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