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move mouse to certain point ?

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I  want to know how to move the mouse to spacific point ( X, Y)

and how to Simulate the mouse click and double click keypress

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To move cursor use Cursor.Position Property.
To simulate mouse clicks use mouse_event API:
http://www.pinvoke.net/default.aspx/user32/mouse_event.html?diff=y
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