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    Declaring Tables

    I was hoping someone can help.

    I have recorded a window declaration of a table. However, it has failed to capture the columns and rows. It has declared it all as one. Does any one know how to manually divided the table into columns and rows within my window declaration.

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    Re: Declaring Tables

    Is this a windows application or a web application?

    I developed a class to get the contents of a table in a windows application using the keyboard to navigate the entries.

    The only thing you need for that to work is the ability to copy the table entry to the clipboard using a key combination such as Ctrl-Insert.

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    Re: Declaring Tables

    if it is a web application, try adjusting the "Borderless Table" recognition (if you are using the IE DOM extension).

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    Re: Declaring Tables

    My table is a Graph and therefore I can't select the text within the cells.

    I had done something like the folowing:

    Clipboard.SetText ()
    Comparator.TypeKeys ("<Ctrl-Shift-Page Up>") //highlights cell
    Comparator.TypeKeys ("<Ctrl-Insert>") //copies cell
    Print (Clipboard.GetText())

    This was just to test if it was actually getting the selected cell.

    when it prints Clipboard.GetText(), it displays:

    {}

    The reason for this is that the table is a graph, thus making each cell a graph and not getting the contents.

    Does anyone know how to get text within a graph? So I can get the text within the table?

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