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How to invoke a software action?

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I'm trying to figure out how to invoke a software action from the program
I'm developing(MS Win2000, VisualStudio 6).
Basically I have to open another software, do some stuff like File-Open,
tick some check boxes and File-Save, and then close the application.
All this is to be done automatically by the software I'm developing. Right
now the only thing I was able to find is to use a mouse click automation
utility, but I doesn't seem to be a reliable method.
I hope I made myself clear.
Thanks anyway.

Jul 22 '05 #1
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Check if the application you plan to control supports automation
and has a published object model.

You should try microsoft.public.* newsgroups for this question.

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