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Hi Fellas, i am new to Auto IT and doing install automation wherein i am stuck at step where in need to search radio button control (Repair) and than click on it and than click Next Button. Any help would be appreciated i have tried ControlGetHandle and ControGetText functions but somehow they are not giving me proper results i want. Might be i am coding something wrong. Following is the screen fro example..

 

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Do the labels for the controls have accelerator keys, hitting ALT while in that screen does it show any underlined characters? If it does, you could try using ControlSend with an ALT-M for example, that might work. 

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