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How to Identify menu and sub-menu in in VB?

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I do not be managing to identify menu and submenu, I am using screens coordinate. I use mouseclick, is not there a more reliable and secures way of do it capture the menu?

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I do not be managing to identify menu and submenu, I am using screens coordinate. I use mouseclick, is not there a more reliable and secures way of do it capture the menu?

thank

I'm going to ignore the VB part since you wouldn't be foolish enough to ask a question about how to use VB to do this in an AutoIt forum.

Take a look in the Help file >>Function Reference>>Window Management for WinMenuSelectItem()


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dont capture. See you my example.

I'm going to ignore the VB part since you wouldn't be foolish enough to ask a question about how to use VB to do this in an AutoIt forum.

Take a look in the Help file >>Function Reference>>Window Management for WinMenuSelectItem()

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dont capture. See you my example.

Don't see an example.

Look in the help: User Defined Functions, GuiMenu Management


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WinMenuSelectItem("Untitled - ", "", "&File", "Page Set&up..." )

My friend, the example of the tool does not work...This function should have bug...!!

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