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How find determined Button in window Internet Explorer and click on her?
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might be better to use IE's COM interface , and use the methods available instead of clicking button.

BTW, which Button?
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Please Example.
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Sorry, too big a job explaining the use of COM here, perhaps you could look at this site, it shows how to automate MS Word, but the idea is the same.

http://www.djpate.freeserve.co.uk/Automation.htm

Good luck!
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