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ControlClick does not work for me

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matakana

I have a web page titled "IPF Employer Services - Windows Internet Explorer" opened after a password and login is typed in.

The web page that is opened has three buttons on the top left hand side of the page, and on one of them I want to click so the next web page is opened.

The name of the button is called "Schedule". I have tried to find the name of the button control info using 'Autoit window info' tool but can not get differing names between the buttons.

I know I could use coords to get the location but I would not prefer to use that.

So given that the web page title is called "IPF Employer Services - Windows Internet Explorer" and the button name is called "Schedule" then

what syntax is used ?

Below is my attempt :

ControlClick ("IPF Employer Services - Windows Internet Explorer","","Schedule")

Help would be appreciated

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JohnOne

You should familiarize yourself with the IE functions which reside in the helpfile and are part of the Autoit3 download.

Unfortunately I've not really used them myself so unqualified to help.

So this is just a pointer really.


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You cant controlclick on webpage on button name as control ID

You cant try clicking on coordinates on webpage, or try IE* funcs from help file to see if they can help.


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matakana

>>>try IE* funcs from help file to see if they can help

So which IE function do I need to achieve my goal?

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