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    • By MakzNovice
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      Experts, I would really appreciate a quick script which I can run and get rolling.
      Please note, I would not likwe to rely on MouseClick and/or cordinates match approach.
      PLEASE SUPPORT!!!!
      Makz
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    • By mLipok
      ; #INDEX# =======================================================================================================================
      ; Title .........: UDF for "Debenu Quick PDF Library"
      ; AutoIt Version : 3.3.10.2++
      ; Language ......: English
      ; Description ...: A collection of functions for Debenu Quick PDF Library
      ; Author(s) .....: mLipok
      ; Modified ......:
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    • By wysocki
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