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    Identifying objects not on the client area of a window

    Hi all,
    I am facing a major problem of not being able to find objects not visible on the client area.
    For e.g. - I do a search.......get the result list in the form of links.....click any link and get the document details . This window has a vertical scroll.......
    What if the text i have searched for is not visible on the client area of the window. How do i know that the document contains the query word i searched for.?

    Kindly advise......can't use scroll as sometimes the documents retrieved are huge......

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    Re: Identifying objects not on the client area of a window

    I am not sure what you mean.

    You have a text document and you want to check the presence of a certain word or phrase. Is that right?

    Or do you mean something different?

    Sam.
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    Re: Identifying objects not on the client area of a window

    ya .....it could be a word or an object......but the fact is that it is not visible on the client area.......how do u actually check for objects or words not visible

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    Re: Identifying objects not on the client area of a window

    Well, I'd say something that realy isn't there can not be checked. Or do you want to check wether it is there or not?

    When I have to seek a word or a pharese I always use the search option of the application that I am testing (Ctrl F). Maybe that can come in handy?

    Sam.
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