In order to Click at Specific Time, you need to define the Mouse Click and a Software which can Schedule your Mouse Clicking Task. This post provides quick and easy way in which you can Automate Clicking of Mouse in a Timely or Recurring Manner. To start with, you would need a software in which you can store your single or multiple mouse clicks. Once you have defined and stored your Mouse Clicks in a file, you can use Windows Task Scheduler to let the Windows Task Scheduler start your Mouse Clicking Script which in turn will Click at the defined specific time.
The above screenshot displays an icon of a File containing few Mouse Clicks. When double clicked, the Mouse Clicks are done by the Auto Mouse Clicker, which displays an icon in Notification Area while the Mouse Clicks are being Automated. Once you do have your Mouse Clicks stored in a Macro Script file, all you need to do is start your Task Scheduler and create your own Mouse Click Scheduler which will effectively Click at specified Screen Location and at Specific Time.
Apart from defining basic parameters for creating the Scheduled Task with Windows Task Scheduler, you need to specify the File path of your Mouse Clicking Script File. As displayed in the above screenshot, the .mcs file has been selected using the browse button in the Task Wizard. Before adding a Task for running the .mcs file, so make sure that the Mouse Clicking Scripting does clicks exactly where you want it to click.
In case you want only one Mouse Click to be done at specific time at specific location, add a single Mouse Click to the Macro Script File and ask the Windows Task Scheduler to run the task only one time. The above screenshot of Task Scheduler has been captured on Windows 7, however the task scheduler is almost the same on Windows 8 and even on Windows 8.1. Effectively now you can Automate Mouse Click at Specific Time in a One Time manner or even on a recurring basis.