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Sounds to me like you want:

$find19 = '"Ans by +Machine"'

$replace19 = "Message was delivered."

Or:

$find19 = """Ans by +Machine"""

$replace19 = "Message was delivered."

Have you read Language Reference - Datatypes in the helpfile? It explains quote usage in AutoIt.

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thats excatly what i need, however everytime i include that, it errors out, as it finds the Ans by +Machine as an error

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StringReplace($somestring, '"', "")


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Dim $aFind[21] = ["Telco Message", "Not Selected", "Not Called Yet", "Not Accepted", "No Connect", "OGM Too Long", "Max No Answers", "Hung Up Early", _
        "Learned Machine", "Fax or Modem", "Call Failed!", "Busy After Voice", "No Answer", "Blocked Number", "Ans by Person", "Ans by Pager", "Ans by Machine", _
        "Ans by +Machine", "Telco Message", "9 Not Confirmed", "Busy"]
$sFile = "C:\Some\Path\Somefile.csv"
$sStr = FileRead($sFile)
$iReplaced = 0

For $i = 0 To UBound($aFind) -1
    $sFind = StringReplace($aFind[$i], "+", "\+")
    $sSRE = "(?i)\x22?" & $sFind & "\x22?"
    Switch $i
        Case 14 To 17
            $sReplace = "Message was delivered."
        Case Else
            $sReplace = "Unable to deliver message."
    EndSwitch
;;  Now you handle your search and replace code here.
    $sStr = StringRegExpReplace($sStr, $sSRE, $sReplace)
    $iReplaced += @Extended
Next
If $iReplaced Then
    $hFile = FileOpen($sFile, 2)
    FileWrite($hFile, $sStr)
    FileClose($hFile)
EndIf

Again I didn't test but it should be correct.


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ok got the whole script working fine.. however it keeps getting stuck in the memory, eg..

As got a lot of copying and pasting, & it seems to be getting stuck in the memory, is there a way of getting the script to free up the memory before it continues?

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I don't know why that's happening but take a look at the memory functions in the UDFs


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ok, got another problem & not sure how to fix this..

If the script runs & enters everything in a Transparent window, & seems to be fine.. How do i get it to recognize this window & go back 1 stage

>>>> Window <<<<

Title: N-FOCUS - Warning - \\Remote, 128-bit SSL/TLS.

Class: Transparent Windows Client

as what i have is

WinActivate("N-FOCUS - Search Narrative - \\Remote, 128-bit SSL/TLS.", "")
WinWait("N-FOCUS - Search Narrative - \\Remote, 128-bit SSL/TLS.", "")
Send("{RIGHT}")
Send("{tab 4}")
Send("{DOWN 4}")
Send("{SPACE}")
Send("{tab}")
Send("{DOWN 3}")
Send("{SPACE}")
Send("!o")
Sleep(100)

;if errors out go back to N-FOCUS - Search Narrative - \\Remote, 128-bit SSL/TLS.
WinActivate("N-FOCUS - Warning - \\Remote, 128-bit SSL/TLS.", "")
Send("{SPACE}")

WinActivate("N-FOCUS - Search Narrative - \\Remote, 128-bit SSL/TLS.", "")
WinWait("N-FOCUS - Search Narrative - \\Remote, 128-bit SSL/TLS.", "")
Send("{RIGHT}")
Send("{tab 4}")
Send("{DOWN 4}")
Send("{SPACE}")
Send("{tab}")
Send("{DOWN 3}")
Send("{SPACE}")
Send("!o")
Sleep(100)

However it doesnt seem to do that..

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Well guys think i got round it..

If WinExists("N-FOCUS - Warning - \\Remote, 128-bit SSL/TLS.") Then
    Send("{SPACE}")
    Sleep(500)
    Send("{SPACE}")
    Sleep(100)
    Send("{tab 8}")
    Sleep(100)  
    Send("{SPACE}")
    Sleep(100)  
    Send("{SPACE}")
    Sleep(100)  
    Sleep(100)
    Send("!o")
EndIf

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ok, that didnt work, anyone any idea why it didnt work, it went back to the last page & then just stopped..

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