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Is it possible to read and write to google docs using Autoit? If so could someone give me tips on how to do.

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I can use Google Drive with AutoIt (just read folders/files and download from publicly shared folders) using API Key (Google Drive restricted). Maybe you can use similar. (I don't know if these methods will be valid in the future though)

https://developers.google.com/docs/api

If this is a personal project you can use an API key (can restrict to one API), or a service account for the authentication. If you will need to share with others then authentication with oAuth2 will give you access.

https://console.developers.google.com/

For oAuth2 there is this AutoIT UDF:

https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/192391-udf-google-oauth-20-with-autoit/

Hopefully, these will get you started.

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@GokAy sana ulaşabilir miyim acaba. ben de scriptte bi txt dosyası oluşturmak istiyorum. oluşturup driveda depolamak istiyorum tabi. veya driveda olan bi txt dosyasının içeriğini değiştirmek istiyorum

 

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18 minutes ago, MASKED said:

@GokAy sana ulaşabilir miyim acaba. ben de scriptte bi txt dosyası oluşturmak istiyorum. oluşturup driveda depolamak istiyorum tabi. veya driveda olan bi txt dosyasının içeriğini değiştirmek istiyorum

 

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I wonder if I can reach you. I also want to create a txt file in the script. Of course I want to create it and store it on the drive. Or I want to change the contents of a txt file in the drive

 


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