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Topic Title: How to create command that will click on a button by its name
Topic Summary: Do I use Heard Word?
Created On: 12/22/2021 02:35 PM
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 How to create command that will click on a button by its name   - brooklyn cabin - 12/22/2021 02:35 PM  
 How to create command that will click on a button by its name   - Lunis Orcutt - 12/22/2021 04:28 PM  
 How to create command that will click on a button by its name   - ax - 12/27/2021 12:32 AM  
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 12/22/2021 02:35 PM
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brooklyn cabin
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Hi,
I'm creating a multi step command that after navigating through a few different fields on a browser page, will click a button that says "Approve." I have tried using HeardWord "Click Approve" but I only get the message in the Dragon recognition box to "please say that again."

Is HeardWord the right strategy for clicking a button by its name?

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Dan

 12/22/2021 04:28 PM
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Lunis Orcutt
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We suspect you will need to change your HeardWord script to HeardWord "click","Approve"HeardWord "click Approve" only works in your KnowBrainer 2017/2020. Note that we do not recommend step-by-step commands for any complex function. We recommend using VerbalBasic WYSWYS (What You See Is What You Say) in the KnowBrainer 2020 Upgrade. Advanced-Scripting Visual Basic sound complicated when compared to step-by-step but KnowBrainer has actually made it easier, faster and considerably more robust than step-by-step 



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 12/27/2021 12:32 AM
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To OP:

If conventional desktop Dragon/KB methods do not avail, consider the following:

1. Tabbing to the final "Approve" button if amenable.

2. All else fail, use an appropriate CSS selector for the "Approve" button. This is the most cumbersome but closest to bulletproof.
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