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Learning to Script with AutoIt 3

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Latest version: February 13, 2006

After seeing a few requests on the forums for help learning how to use AutoIt (and after receiving a few PMs too) I decided to start working on a document that tries to teach this. All feedback is highly encouraged.

script_with_autoit.pdf.....(Previous versions had 124 + 1037 = 1161 downloads)

If you have trouble viewing the PDF in your browser, please first download it by right-clicking the link and selecting Save Link As... or similar and then launch it separately from your browser.

wonderful to see more tutorials, as a newbie to autoit I find this information highlyu worthwhile is any one working on an advanced tutorial

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Both tutorials should be sticky so that newbies can find them. :):mellow::)


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I just hope LxP has'nt given up on this

8)

No he hasn't given up, but if you heard his current schedule you'd puke. I'm surprised he finds the minutes in the day to use the facilities! :)

Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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Awesome, I am more than willing to help you with the work on this if you need any just let me know I would be more than Happy to help

I am going to create a newbie / help guide thread with all the helpful information / ways to get help / learn.


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This thread was getting buried way to deep again

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Haven't enough people voted that this should be a sticky that it can be made a sticky?

It's got my vote!

To go Tony the tiger on you,

Grrrreat Job LxP

Edit:

It wouldn't happen to be available in a non-PDF document? would it

Edited by Paulie

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Haven't enough people voted that this should be a sticky that it can be made a sticky?

It's got my vote!

I am not sure what the number of people needed is to create this as a sticky- but I have seen others that do not have as many votes (and one with less views). I think if it had been a sticky before - it might be completed now.

just my 2 cents

I have looked at the document and find that it does have some good information - maybe the part that is complet could be added to the help file?


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I am not sure what the number of people needed is to create this as a sticky- but I have seen others that do not have as many votes (and one with less views). I think if it had been a sticky before - it might be completed now.

just my 2 cents

I have looked at the document and find that it does have some good information - maybe the part that is complet could be added to the help file?

why isn't this a sticky yet?

I actually had to search to find it!

This is another thing that is great to recommend to noobs, and i wish it were a sticky so I could have the link on hand should I need it

:whistle:

Edited by Paulie

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Great Guide!!:whistle:

this should be stickied, it does help alot.;)

(ps. and im also putting it in the 1st page so other newbies can see it also!!):lmao:


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What would be helpful if people put a link to this in their sig. Gets the word out....

I've had it in mine for some time now.

Edit: Spelling

Edited by big_daddy

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Got my vote for a sticky :whistle:

100 posts for the effort done by LxP qualifies for the new users of AutoIt3.

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