@Norman P your best off NOT to reach inside a container at any rate
put methods on the container that you can call that does whatever work is needed
then even if the guts of the cc changes (you change controls names etc you can just change the code in the exposed method and things continue working)
treat them like black boxes - you know nothing about their innards & have to use the API they provide (which of course you also get to write)
it will make your life simpler in the long run
I have created methods on the container control to access but what I'm trying to say is that when I loop through the windows controls and identify an EmbeddedWindowControl how can I identify what type of container control it is (other than Instr name method) in order to call a method on it and even then I still have to manually call the actual control and method since it can't be cast to anything...right?
So let's say I have five container controls in a window and I loop through and want to call the same method on all five of them, right now I have to use ccname1.execute(), ccname2.execute() and so on. Is there an easier way rather than hard-coding each control call?