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Microsoft Outlook 2010 Setup - NEXT NEXT

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ibmdog

Morning AutoIT People.

I have been using AutoIT for the last week and finding it rather helpful ( created some helpful scripts already)

I have hit a wall when it comes to interacting with Applications e.g. Outlook 2010.

I have been looking for the right code to start me off when it comes to simply . Clicking Next / Next / Next / Finish (standard stuff)

Now you might thinking - Why don't we just get all users to click Next / Next / Next / Finish (the first time they load Outlook 2010). Well im sure you can answer that one rather easily.

 

I'm not looking for a full answer, just a point in the right direction

Many thanks to you all. :)

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BrewManNH

Look for the OutlookEx UDF, do a forum search for it.


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