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Understanding Automation

Windows users have come to expect seamless integration between products. They are not concerned with what product you use to develop their application; they just want to accomplish their tasks. Often, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, or some other product is best suited for a particular task that your application must complete. It is your responsibility to pick the best tool for the job. This means that you must know how to communicate from your application directly to that tool.

All this means that you can no longer learn only about the product and language that you select as your development tool. Instead, you must learn about all the other available applications. You also must learn how to communicate with these applications—a challenging but exciting feat.


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