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How to get content from MS Word and MS Internet Explorer?

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I use the WM_GETTEXT in a SendMessage instruction to retrieve all text from a screen control, but this doesn't work when pointing or clicking into MS Word or MS Internet Explorer. How do I get the text from these controls? Is there an easy way?
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You need to automate them useing OLE or DDE...

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

Shane
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This seems to be the right direction, it even indicates the solution to other problems that I have. Therefore, I give the points now and creates a new question, because I see that I need to learn about automation and OLE in Delphi.
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