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Demo Macros & Scripts

Examples for using iMacros efficiently.

 Tip:
All macros and scripts listed here are included in the default installation of iMacros. The example batch files and scripts can be found at "c:\Program Files\InternetMacros\Examples\" if you selected the default installation directory during installation.

Demo Scripts Demo Macro 
Editions
Demo Content & Remarks Demo Pages
IE PRO Scripting
- Demo-Frames IIM works well with framed pages. FRAMES 
- Demo-
Download
Download files automatically Download
- Demo-
Image
Download
Download all images on a page automatically. Uses LOOP button. Gallery
- Demo-
Slideshow
View thumbnails automatically Gallery
- Demo-
OnPopUp
.. Demonstrates how to fill and close Javascript Dialog boxes. Javascript Dialogs 
- Demo-Print Print web pages and PDF documents Print
- Demo-
Javascript
Dialog
Click and fill Javascript dialogs  Javascript
- Searchengine-
Submit
Automate search engine submissions. Also shows the use of variables.

External

- Demo-Tabs Control the tabbed browser interface Popups 

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Demo-
Winclick
Automate & test JAVA, FLASH based websites and other non-HTML elements with "real" Windows clicks. Winclick

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Demo-
FileUpload
Fill in the tricky file upload fields automatically. File Upload

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Demo-
Stopwatch
Measure detailed website response times with the STOPWATCH command.  Stopwatch

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Demo-Loop-
Csv-2-Web
Demonstrates automatic data entry with the LOOP button: Reads Data a simple text file in CSV format and submits it to a web site. Enter Address Data
Example-
Batchfile.bat
Demo-
FillForm
Demonstrates the use of the command line interface. The same syntax as in the batch files can be used to run Macros from the Windows Task Scheduler. Testform1
Tray-
Example-
Batchfile.bat
Demo-FillForm,
Merge-Data-
Example
Trigger macros inside a batch file and let them run completely in the background. Testform1

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Demo-Extract-
Table
  Extract complete table with one command and save data to text file.  Exchange Rates
Combine-
Macros.vbs
Wsh-Start   Start several macros and log all return values (extensive error checking). Testform1
Random-
Numbers.vbs
Wsh-Random   Fill a web form with random values Testform1
Get-
Exchange-
Rate.vbs
Wsh-Extract-
Rate
  Extract exchange rate information form a website and display it. (IE6.0+) Exchange Rates
Extract-2-
File.vbs
Wsh-Extract-
Jobs
  Saves extracted data to EXCEL compatible text file in CSV format. (IE6.0+) Job Listing
Extract-2-
Database.vbs
Wsh-Extract-
Jobs
  Same as Extract-2-File.vbs, but stores the information in an MS ACCESS database instead. Job Listing
Datasource-
2-Web.vbs
Wsh-
Datasource
  Automatic data entry: Reads data from IIM Datasource files and submits it to a web site. Testform1
File-2-
Web.vbs
Wsh-File-
2-Web
  Demonstrates automatic data entry: Reads Data a simple text file in CSV format (= data in columns) and submits it to a web site. Enter Address Data
File-2-Web-
Method2.vbs
Wsh-Submit-
2-Web
  Demonstrates automatic data entry: Reads Data a simple text file and submits it to a web site. Enter Address Data
Database-2-
Web.vbs
Wsh-Submit-
2-Web
  Same as File-2-Web-Method2.vbs, but reads data from any Windows database (like ACCESS or MS SQL) and submits it to a web site. Enter Address Data
Visualbasic-
example.exe
Wsh-Extract-
Rate
  How to use the Scripting Interface from any Windows programming language that supports ActiveX Interfaces. Vb6 and VB.NET example included. Exchange Rates
Excel VBA
Example
Code 
Wsh-Extract-
Rate
  How to use the Scripting Interface with Excel VBA Exchange Rates
Extract Google Search Results (Click to download) (Source code and
macros included
in download)
  How to use the Scripting Interface from within VB6 to enter keywords and extract the search results from a web database. Exchange Rates
If the table lists a macro and a script, this means that the script is using the listed macros.

"CSV" stands for "Comma Separated Values file". It is a standard text file format, that can be read by almost all important software programs such a EXCEL or Word.

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