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Windows Management Functions

A standard Windows Application automation script includes those steps:
This section describes the WinTask functions dealing with the user interface of a Windows application. The UseWindow function is the most important, it is the one which pauses execution until the application window is ready for next actions inside it.

CheckedW
ChooseItem
ChooseMenu
Click
ClickMouse
ClickOnBitmap
ClickOnText
ClickOnTextOCR
ClickScrollBar
ClickSpin
CloseWindow
CloseWindowRegEx
CursorX
EnabledW
ExistW
Focus$
GetFocusWindowHandle
GetTopWindowHandle
GetWindowHandle
GetWindowName$
ListItem$
MaximizeWindow
MinimizeWindow
MouseShape
MouseX
MoveMouse
MoveWindow
RestoreWindow
SelectedItem$
Sendkeys
SendKeysEncrypted
SizeWindow
Top$
TopInstance
UseWindow
UseWindowHandle
UseWindowRegEx
WinScrollBar
WriteCombo
WriteEdit
WriteEditEncrypted