I have been 'volunteered' for a little project here at work. We have an HTML application that is our main customer database, but it has no in-built spell check feature. Management would like to spell check documentation that is entered into a customer's file. I have no direct access to the HTML application, so the only way I can interact with it is though the .hta file that loads the application. Here is my problem:
Any ideas on what I might be missing? I know that within the application pressing ctrl+c and ctrl+v work well enough for copy paste, but I don't know how to code this into the script.
I probably did a real bad job of explaining the problem, so let me know if I can clarify.
This is just a guess, but shouldn't you select something first, like
oShell.SendKeys( "^a" ); // select all
I have tried select all via the sendkeys command, and also just by highlighting with the mouse, and neither works. It's as if the document in the <iframe></iframe> is oblivious to the command, like it's seperate from the rest of the document.
thanks for the suggestion though.
2.) server-side language (asp, php, etc.)
3.) database or flat files
if you have asp/perlscript and sql server you won't even need to change it.
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