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UI Automation Using Microsoft Active Accessibility (MSAA)

, 11 Aug 2009 CPOL
This article describes a new way to automate window applications based on MSAA which otherwise is not possible using any other technique.
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MSAALayer
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ClassDiagram1.cd
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MSAALayer.suo
Office2007UIModel
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Debug
ClassDiagram1.cd
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TestingMSAA
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Debug
TestingMSAA.vshost.exe
TestingMSAA.vshost.exe.manifest
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Software Developer Proteans Software Solutions
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Currently, I am working with Proteans Software Solutions

Proteans a CAMO group company is an outsourcing company focusing on software product development and business application development on Microsoft Technology Platform. "Committed to consistently deliver high-quality software products and services through continual improvement of our knowledge and practices focused on increased customer satisfaction.

Before this, I started my Development career with Quark Media House Pvt. Ltd.

I have worked in various domains like Publishing, Document Management and Health Care.

I have gained experience in Development, Debugging, Bug fixing, Memory leak fixing and Performance Consultancy.

I am working on .NET technologies.

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