Mouse Recorder Pro 2 is an excellent choice for such tasks. Don't let the name fool you, it's free! It's able to record keystrokes and mouse movement, offers editing templates to (for example) quickly remove mouse input while leaving key events, which is optimal for your case. Luckily it has an editor built-in as well, if you need to change anything by hand (...
With the free and open-source libpff I could export all the data in my outlook, I hope this helps you too:
If you have set up outlook to cache every message locally, you could export the data from the off-line storage table or .ost file which should be somewhere in C:\Users\<your_user>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\ with a project called libpff.
What you want looks like it can be solved with Text Expansion. If you don't know what this is, it's basically like in iOS, where you can set it up to replace certain words with phrases (eg. omw = on my way).
PhraseExpress Text Expander is a perfect text expander for Android and Windows.
free (for personal use)
integration with Outlook
You could use some python, it's built in re regular expression library and the python-docx library.
Python and python-docx are both free, gratis & open source, and available for most platforms including Windows
The process will work even on a machine that doesn't have word installed.
The code is short and simple
You must get the indentation right
Although it's not a free program, you may find that Macro Express will fit your requirements specific to the mouse.
From the help page within the program:
Relative to Last Position
This option instructs the macro to move the mouse cursor relative to
the last position of the cursor. In this case do not input new
coordinates, just the number of ...
Of course it is.
You actually have multiple methods to choose from but one of the easiest is to use the following libraries, (all pip installable):
To get the data from the web site: requests, (pip install requests to install).
To read the json: json, (built-in but there are some possible alternatives).
To output to an Excel compatible format - use any of:
I know you said no scripting but your best option, I believe is AutoHotKey.
You will need the MoveMouse function
The Send function
The Random Function and SetTimer function
Since you say, in comments above, that Cygwin is a possibility, that opens up the possibility of may *nix utilities, such as sed & awk.
Personally, I would code a Python script, but, if you don't code, take a look at sed & awk
The best solution I've found to date comes from Will Stern at LearnCode.Academy . He uses an Ergodox EZ keyboard, which allows for multiple layers (ie when you hold down a certain key it activates an entirely different keymap). It also has a "Hyper" key that acts as Ctrl+Cmd+Alt+Shift, which makes it easy to set up shortcuts that won't collide with other pre-...
Here are four possible solutions, all of these should run on Windows Server 2012 R2
1.) AutoHotKey (Free)
Fast scriptable desktop automation with hotkeys
Creating your own apps and macros has never been easier
This requires some coding (It's not too complicated)
2.) Pulover’s Macro Creator (Free)
A Free Automation Tool and Script Generator. It is based ...
You can use python and the python win32 library you can access the contents of your outlook folders, including the content of messages and separately the to, from and subject fields, and then massage the content into whatever format you need. The python URL and/or Mechanise libraries can even post the content to web sites for you.
Given that you already ...