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How to change Internet Options in IE

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I am new to auto it and need help to get started.

Here is the test cases I want to do:

1. Open IE window

2. Click on Tools | Internet Options

3. Click Languages

4. Add a language

5. Move the newly created language to the top of the Language Preference list

I know how to do step 1 now. But need some help for other steps.

I searched in AutoIt Forums and could not find the help I need. Please let me know if there are existing code example that similar to my test case, advice and suggestions.

Thanks for your help in advance!


Edited by Yong

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2. Click on Tools | Internet Options

First be sure that the IE window is active (use WinWaitActive or something else) then

Send ("!to")   ;sends Alt T (Tools) and O (options) to open Internet Options

and so on

To find what needs to be sent all you have to do is to press Alt key and a specific letter of each command will be underlined - by pressing Alt + that letter it will have the same result like clicking the button.

(when the Internet Options window is open just press Alt and see what is underlined on Language button - this would be L ... press L and see what happens ...)

You have now the idea, the rest is up to you :)

It would help if you look in the help file "Send" command

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