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autoit training...is there such a beast?

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I'm looking to formally make AutoIT an approved development option for my shop, but I am hesitant to expect some of my older guys being able to self train. Anyone aware of any kind of training opps out there of a professional level of quality?

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The help file is the best resource. There is an example for every function.

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The help file is the best resource. There is an example for every function.

Oh I agree...and I am a big fan of self starters who have a little drive to dig in. But we also have to account for the lagging x% who will not get things done because they haven't been trained. Bogus i know, but an unfortunate reality I have to cope with in some passable fashion.

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Yes weapon I am sorry but its unfair to assume that every person can learn that way. Some people need a teach.

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Yes weapon I am sorry but its unfair to assume that every person can learn that way. Some people need a teach.

Click Welcome to Autoit 1-2-3 Below

.. Check it out... 8)


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Click Welcome to Autoit 1-2-3 Below

.. Check it out... 8)

Thanks Valuater - one question i have is what version of AutoIT is required. One of the things that has driven us a bit nuts is the amount of float between versions that results in unexpeted behavior if a script is written in version x.y and recompiled with version y.z. Not complaining, but its worth mentioning in my circumstances because we have standardised on v3.2.10.0.

Looks very nice though!

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