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LeanFT C# Tutorial Part 5 – Find Child Objects

If you have worked with UFT/QTP, you must be pretty familiar with the ChildObjects method but in case you have not, this method is used to find a collection of objects that match a given set of description properties. For

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LeanFT – Lets call it “CleanFT” !

HP – Thank You ! From the bottom of my heart 🙂 You have heard the cries of all QTP/UFT developers who demanded nothing but a clean IDE. So Whats LeanFT ? In simple words, its offering UFT’s capabilities in a

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How to fix missing menu options in QTP

Many times menu items in QTP don’t show and appear blank (shown in below screenshot) Today, we’ll see how to fix this issue. To fix this issue: Right click on the toolbar (where File, Edit, View etc menu is appearing)

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How to clean invisible characters from string using VBScript

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Automating Microsoft Excel Part 4 – How to Automate MS Office Ribbon

If you are banging your head(which I quite frequently do) with GUI Automation of a Microsoft Office application, then this post is a must for you. QTP’s object Spy does not identify any of the Ribbon controls in any Office

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Automating Microsoft Excel Part 3 – Using Find command through code

Suppose you have an excel file with thousands of rows and you want to look for a particular value. The simple approach of using a for loop to iterate through the rows and look for the value is ineffective in

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Code for Unzipping a Zip File

Following is a VBS function that unzips the given file into the given path : Happy Automating ! Harshit Kohli

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