What would be the best macro program to do the following?
1) Click a button on a program's toolbar when I press a key. The program I'm working in does not have a menu command equivalent to that button, and I need to click it fairly often, which disturbs my typing. The button is usually located at the same absolute position when the program window is maximized, but it's not guaranteed, and clicking a different button might have some adverse consequences.
2) Click (toggle) a checkbox in a dialog box. A separate issue: I often need to toggle a certain option, which is only available after clicking main menu -> Tools -> Options, then selecting a tab.
Would I have any luck with Autohotkey? Or should I try Macro Toolsworks instead, or something similar? I'd rather avoid running a program as "heavy" as Macro Toolsworks in the background all the time, but if I used it for these two tasks, I guess I would find more uses for it to justify the purchase. Thanks in advance for any suggestions!