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"Delete" key in "Screen Sharing" application


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My question is simple - how do you send a "delete" key press to a windows machine you are connected to through "Screen Sharing" (VNC)?

Any help would be awesome.

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Have you tried the Forward Delete key (or fn+Delete if you're using a notebook?)
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Sorry for not getting back to you sooner, this has been a crazy busy week what with Christmas break right around the corner!

That worked perfectly technologist! Thanks! I'm on a macbook air, and hitting fn+delete worked. Even better, you have now told me how to do the delete key I had NO IDEA how to do on a mac (the PC "delete" key does what fn+delete does on a mac). So thank you twice over my friend!

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