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Hi Everyone, Does anyone know the command(s) to check mark a button in windows XP Pro.

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Hi Everyone, Does anyone know the command(s) to check mark a button in windows XP Pro.

thanks !!!

Use the AutoIt Viewer to get the control ID

then read about ControlFocus ( "title", "text", controlID )

Send("{Space}") should do it from there.


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Heya,

Sorry to raise a old post, but that will invert the checkbox on each run. Is there anyway to determine which ones are checked and which ones are unchecked? I'm working on a program for our shop trying to automate the installation, updates, and scanning of various anti-malware tools we use. IEPrivacy Keeper is the one I need this for. Thanks in Advance!

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Look for IsChecked in the help file.

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Look for IsChecked in the help file.

ControlCommand() with the "IsChecked" command option, to be more specific. The function can set the desired state with the "Check" and "UnCheck" options.

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