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How To Use Autoitx3.dll In Visual Basic?

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sl_alagappan

hi all,

How to use the AutoitX3.dll in Visual Basic and call the functions?

When I tried to reference the Autoit dll, it is not getting reference using the project menu.

any suggestions pl?

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Dan

have you registered the file with regsvr32 autoit3x.dll ??

if so, using from vb should only require adding a reference to autoitx3 1.0 type library.

Private Sub Form_Load()

Dim cAutoit As New AUTOITX3Lib.Control

cAutoit.CDTray "e:", "open"

End Sub

Hope this helps!

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sl_alagappan

registered the dll using regsvr32 and referenced the same in VB

But when running yr code, the error raised is "expected user-defined type, not project".

any chance? :D

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sl_alagappan

Sorry.. missed the .control in AUTOITX3Lib.Control

it's ok now..

thanks a lot.

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sl_alagappan

hi,

when using autoitv3 dll in VB, how do I run the following command?

When I run the following while loading a form, the error raised is "type mismatch"

Private Sub Form_Load()
Dim a As Long
Dim cAutoit As New AUTOITX3Lib.Control
MsgBox "@ComSpec" & " /c " & "d:\psexec \\postmaster d:\utility\shutpm.exe"
a = cAutoit.RunWait("@ComSpec" & " /c " & "d:\psexec \\postmaster d:\utility\shutpm.exe", "", "@SW_MAXIMIZE")
MsgBox a
End Sub

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