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Control an applications list box

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Hi There,

This seems like a fairly obvious thing to try and do but I can't seem to find the answers in the forum.

I am trying to control a windows application. The dialog box has a list box on it containing varying numbers of items. I want to find a particular item in the list and turn on it's check box if it isn't already on.

Any pointers on how to do this would be great.

I have the "Active Window Info" thingy open but there doesn't seem to be anything useful in the list box that I can use to tell which item is currently selected and if its tick box is on or off.

David.

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You might be able to use the ControlCommand command for part of it.


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