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LukeJrs

Okie here my Work so far.

CODE

Send("!{PRINTSCREEN}")

ShellExecute ("wordpad.exe" , "" , "" , "", @SW_HIDE)

Sleep(1000)

ControlSend("Document", "", "RICHEDIT50W1", "This is a line of text in the notepad window")

ControlSend("Document", "", "RICHEDIT50W1", ("^{v}"))

Sleep(1000)

WinSetState("Document -", "", @SW_SHOW

It Open words and write and also paste a picture and now i need to save it automaticly like filewrite does how can it be done? I tried filesavedialog no good unless im using it wrong..

The thing is the wordpad executable is .rtf

CODE

$file = FileOpen("test.rtf", 1)

; Check if file opened for writing OK

If $file = -1 Then

MsgBox(0, "Error", "Unable to open file.")

Exit

EndIf

FileWrite($file, "Line1")

FileWrite($file, "Still Line1" & @CRLF)

FileWrite($file, "Line2")

FileClose($file)

HOW can I save image inside that test.rtf automaticly using paste etc?

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PsaltyDS

Okie here my Work so far.

It Open words and write and also paste a picture and now i need to save it automaticly like filewrite does how can it be done? I tried filesavedialog no good unless im using it wrong..

The thing is the wordpad executable is .rtf

HOW can I save image inside that test.rtf automaticly using paste etc?

Like this:

$sFile = 'Test_ScreenShot.rtf'
$sFilePath = @ScriptDir & '\' & $sFile

; Get screen shot
Send("!{PRINTSCREEN}")

; Run wordpad
ShellExecute("wordpad.exe", "", "", "", @SW_SHOW)
WinWait("Document - ")
WinActivate("Document - ")
WinWaitActive("Document - ")

; Paste text
ControlSend("Document", "", "RICHEDIT50W1", "This is a line of text in the notepad window")
ControlSend("Document", "", "RICHEDIT50W1", ("^{v}"))
Sleep(1000)

; Save file
ControlSend("Document", "", "", "!f") ; File
Sleep(500)
ControlSend("Document", "", "", "a") ; Save As
WinWait("Save As")
WinActivate("Save As")
WinWaitActive("Save As")
ControlSend("Save As", "", "Edit1", $sFilePath) ; File Name
Sleep(500)
ControlSend("Save As", "", "", "!s") ; Save
Sleep(1000)

; Watch for overwrite dialog
While 1
    If WinExists("Save As", "already exists") Then ControlSend("Save As", "already exists", "", "!y") ; Yes to overwrite
    Sleep(1000)
    If Not WinExists("Save As") Then ExitLoop
WEnd

; Close wordpad
WinWait($sFile & " - WordPad")
WinActivate($sFile & " - WordPad")
WinWaitActive($sFile & " - WordPad")
ControlSend($sFile & " - WordPad", "", "", "!f") ; File
Sleep(500)
ControlSend($sFile & " - WordPad", "", "", "x") ; Exit

You can fancify it using more in-depth control manipulation, but that gets the basics.

:)


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LukeJrs

thanks for your help :)

What if I wanted modified existen wordpad files and open it add more txt and picture? FileOpen?

I also notice this method doesn't work in SW_HIDE tried many can't really get this working on hide

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PsaltyDS

thanks for your help :)

What if I wanted modified existen wordpad files and open it add more txt and picture? FileOpen?

I also notice this method doesn't work in SW_HIDE tried many can't really get this working on hide

It's there for you to modify as required. Look more closely at ShellExecute() in the help file. If you are opening an existing file, pass the filename in double quotes as the parameter, and "Open" as the verb.

Since all the simulated actions use ControlSend(), it might work while hidden, I'm not sure.

;)


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