From the project home page:
Using ActiveScript.ahk it can be automated - I have tried to do it using only ComObjCreate, i.e.Main features:
Full set of features for creating window interfaces. Supports all standard windows controls.
ActiveX support (Internet Explorer, Windows Media Player and other).
It supports working with popular image formats that are BMP, JPEG, WMF, GIF.
WSO is a language-independent library. Only COM (Automation) support required.
Intuitive object model.
Rich set of Windows API constants is available as properties. An constant can be used by its name.
Visual Form Designer
Supports Windows 98SE, ME, NT 4, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, 7, 2008 R2, 8, 8.1, 10.
Rich set of samples for different languages included in the distributive:
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obj := ComObjCreate("Scripting.WindowSystemObject")
There is some extraneous testing code in the script below. An animated GIF is attached.
Perhaps of more interest is the information I got from running "tlibimp -P wso.dll" and "tlibimp -C wso.dll": If you're curious, see the dumps attached. There is a wealth of information.
The working code is below (as I mentioned, it needs ActiveScript.ahk, although you could probably do without it if you use a 32-bit ScriptControl - I haven't tried that, though).