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I just want to move my cursor automatically to the NEXT button and a cursour click. I don't want to create any NEXT button or anything, understand ?

Hey again sadman, ohhh I see what you mean... So you want to move your cursor around in another application...

Well to be honest I'm not to clued up on using Windows API in C++.... But here are some resources that you might find useful:

SendInput Function
mouse_event Function
SetCursorPos Function

I hope those links help man... Good luck...

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Edited by spike_hacker_inc, 01 September 2011 - 09:35 AM.

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Suppose, I want to run a file using full administrator power. What should be the code in C++?
And Spike, I have learned all logical/math in C++ and currently learning File Input/Output and standard operations. Soon I will head to OOP. I have made an nice GUI program, it helps you to finish your installation in one click, really nice. I didn't use C++ to do this (as I am not expert in this). I used AutoIT. If you want, I can PM it to you. It installs IDM in your computer in one click and has lot of features.
(I am very happy to make and learn programming languages/GUI at this age, HahaHa!!! :) )
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