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Default interactively capture IE page

We would like to automate part of a repetitive web page selection process.
The problem is that we do not need a script/tool that logs one on,
navigates many web pages with many selections and then finally
arrives at the repetitive part of a web application selection process.
This is an external web site. Because each end user navigates different
pages with different selections what we would like if possible is:
Assume only one web browser (IE 6.0 OR 7.0 is up) have the end user
navigate to the repetitive (same selection boxes) of a web site
start a vbs script that repetitively check off selection boxes (same ones)
and goes to the next page for them. Is there an example we could follow,
if possible?


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