Sure! Look up the SendKeys command in google. Its pretty cool feature that allows you to send Keyboard commands to the processor. (so you can hit tab to go through fields and punch in numbers with it). Also, there is a command (off the top of my head I cannot recall it but if you don't come across it in your search just ask again I will find it for you) that allows you to do mouse input, so you can move your mouse cursor to a specific Pixel x Pixel coordinate and do clicking and that sort of thing.
To date I don't really know a way to acquire information from an application's objects (I am no means an expert in this field, so it doesn't mean its not doable) to check things, so doing sendkeys is pretty dependent on having the same prompts each time or ones that you can check the case of by the input values.
Hope this helps,
Sean Campbell -firesickle.com
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