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Devinder

ControlClick

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I have an Microsoft Access form with 10 buttons that need to be clicked in order.

When the code called by button 1 finishes, I need to click button 2 etc.

I can get the automation to work by using coordinates and mouse clicks, but there has got to be a better way.

ControlClick seems to be ideal, but I cannot get it to work. I can't get the unique Control ID for each button.

All the buttons seem to have the same INSTANCE.

Thank you in advance for your help.

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Hello Devinder,

First, Welcome to the AutoIt Forums ;)

This is an application called 'Au3Info.exe' that had come with your AutoIt Download, and is found in the AutoIt Program Folder. This application is a great tool for finding window tiles, text along with hidden text, and ultimately control names.

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Those are not Windows API controls, the form is rendered by MS Access. There may be a DOM you can use with it (like for the IE DOM).

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