mouse movement and x,y location functions

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Visual Basic
Visual Basic 2008
Visual Basic Functions
Visual Basic Location Functions
I know there has to be a simple way to move the mouse to any position on the screen in vb 2008. A search brought up nothing specific to what I am trying to do. Basically, I have two textboxes on a form to represent x and y. When I click a command button, I want the mouse to move to position x and y. Any hints? and also, i've made a form to retreive the x, y locations of the mouse and it works great on forms and images but doesnt seem to work in the browser i made "yes, i know its not actually a browser i made" :)

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