I’ve been looking searching around to find a way to find text in the active browser and then single-click it. I saw this post but the fix file doesn’t load properly so I can’t see it.
I initially thought to use a keyboard shortcut to “ctrl +f” search for the word then click on the highlighted result. I can’t find a way to do this, does anyone have any suggestions?
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I would like some help with this scenario:
I am opening a folder that contains different files, I need to be able to read each file name and in the case it match with the current date, clicking on it to then doing some excel automation. Once the steps are done, continue checking the name of the rest of the files.
Can someone help please?
Hi @silvia.gualdron can you give some examples of the file names which are in the folder?
Hi @rd1 - is the text you want to click on a hyperlink?