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Old 10-08-2003, 10:10 AM   #1
jpbarto
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Need to interact with VB / COM from Perl


Hello, I need help getting pointed in the right direction. I need to take information displayed in a Visual Basic application and transferring it into another app such as notepad or a web browser. I was thinking I might possibly be able to do this from perl (other suggestions?). Can anyone please point me to a tutorial that will indicate what perl modules I need and how to use them? thanks for any help or suggestions,
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