I need a software to click the Web page automatically.

Hi all,
I need a software to click the Web page automatically.
When the first Web page show, the software need to click something automatically,and then the next web page show, the software need to click something automatically, and then the next web page show, the software need to click something automatically...

I am using IE5.

Regards, SupWang
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Jason_SConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Here is a link to one macro program I was able to find.
http://www.tsnsoftware.com/entries/00000adc.sml
I'm sure there are others out there as well.

The drawback is that if the web page takes longer to open from one time to another, it may not work properly.
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dew_associatesCommented:
Tell me what it is you are trying to do. This sounds more like an issue for within the web page then something you would install on your PC.
Dennis
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Davy070599Commented:
Hi,

Wouldn't that create an endless loop?

Byeee...
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AdiFCommented:
Oh you mean something to cheat services like AllAdvantage or GoToWorld or something? There's one called FakeSurf.
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AdiFCommented:
Woops I accidentally checked answer =(
Well if that IS what you're looking for, go here:

http://www.progenic.com/products/fs/
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SupWangAuthor Commented:
Hi AdiF,
Thank you for your answer.
I don't use it to get money.
I had tried this software. That isn't what I want.
I want a software can fill in some report automatically. When the Web brower show the first report, the software can choose something(click something) automatically. and then
the next report show, the software can choose something(click something) automatically...

Regards, SupWang
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gonzal13RetiredCommented:
Only comment I have, is that a program called ACCESS by MS can handle very large like million dollar projects with finite details and print out any type of report you want. I really do not understand the part on using the web. The only thing I can imagine is that you open the Access, go to the web page, highlight the line needed press CTRL C and go to Access and press CTRL V to put the information in the data base.
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SupWangAuthor Commented:
Hi gonzal13,
No No, not this means.
The Web site show me a report form, and I need to click (Choose) something, and then the next report form show, I also need to click (choose) something...  I want a software can do (Click) this automatically.
More ideas?

Regards, SupWang
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ApocCommented:
Autocomplete may work, you can enable it by going to "Tools\Internet Options\Advanced" and checking the "Use inline Autocomplete in Windows Explorer"
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gonzal13RetiredCommented:
The problem is as I see it is that when you click a portion of the web page, you want to then put it into your own report. The problem is that in order to capture the information, you need to screen capture it. The screen capturing is easy using a simple program. But otherwise, it seems that this would have to be a progran especially written for this application. One reason is that the web site, may not be the same size all the time, thus confusing any program. Only thing I can think of is a program that will capture anything on the screen and then allow you to paste it into your form.

http://www.hyperionics.com/

One can still do it the old fashoned way that is cut and paste. Sorry ran out of ideas.
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gonzal13RetiredCommented:
Oh, somewhere I read that there is a program that allows one to download a complete website. Then you cand use posssibly a Visual Basic program for the balance.
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SupWangAuthor Commented:
Hi gonzal13,
Sorry, my question isn't very clear. I don't need/want to screen capture it.
What I want is:
When the web site show me a form(a demand form), my computer need to click/choose something automatically, and then the web site show me another form, my computer need to click/choose something automatically...

Regards, SupWang
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Jason_SCommented:
You may be able to utilize one of the many macro softwares available.  I have seen these that will let you record, and play back mouse movements, clicks, and keyboard activity, and play it all back at speed.  Do a search for Macro, you should find a few.
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SupWangAuthor Commented:
Hi Jason_S,
But I think these macro softwares can't sense the Web page change. :-(
Do you find one can sense the Web page change?

Regards, SupWang
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Jason_SCommented:
What I had found was one that will play back the keyboard, and mouse activity in real time.  If your web pages take more time to pull up at one time, or another, then this may not work for you all the time.

What exactly are you trying to accomplish in the end?
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SupWangAuthor Commented:
Hi Jason_S,
When the web site show me a form(a demand form), my computer need to click/choose something automatically, and then the web site show me another form, my computer need to click/choose something automatically(Must click it as soon as the next form show)...

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Jason_SCommented:
If these are always in the exact same spot on the screen, then the macro software would work.  If not, then I don't believe there is a way.
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SupWangAuthor Commented:
Yes, in the exact same spot. But the problem is: When the next form show, must click it as soon as it show.
Where has a macro software can do that?
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SupWangAuthor Commented:
Hi Jason_S,
Not have time to try it. anyway. Thank you.

Regards, SupWang
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Jason_SCommented:
Another thought on this is that you could use the link's shortcut instead of clicking on the link itself. You can always right click, and copy shortcut, then paste it into a script file of some sort.

Thanks, and Glad to help.
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gonzal13RetiredCommented:
Jason:

You are right, I have looke on some url code and they do have commands for the mouse movements. With that comment of yours, and I am learning Front Page and reading about HTML, I guess I will have to look it up. I had a course in HTML but it was worthles, since he did not lecture, and used the simplistic PageMill program.
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