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  2. Move the pointer to the edge of the object until the pointer changes into a white arrow with four small black arrows on the pointer. Then, click the object to select it.
  3. In Excel 2003 and earlier version of Excel, click <object name> on the Format menu. Note In this menu command, <object name> is the name of the object, such as "Comment" or "AutoShape."  In Excel 2007, click Format <object name>.
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Lets suppose your up key has a scan code of 28

then you should use
while ((upkey = getch()) == 28)
{
............do your work to move your object
}

..............make your object disapear here

Note: m not sure the up key scan code is actually 28
you can chek it after using printf(%d, getch())


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