Assigning a "Hotkey" to CTRL+H is a function that is available in windows and should not be a problem once you write the script and assign it the hotkey of your choice. SendKey is also an easy script to write, the problem will come in when SendKey fails, is not focused on the right item/screen and continues on it's merry way and you got a huge mess on your hands (especially if you are planning to run this for 1000 items/instances). The suggested method would be to use the InternetExplorer.Application approach and find out the names of the fields you are entering the information into and write a script that is not going to cause you more headaches in the end. After you figure out what/how to run this properly then you can implement a Loop to run it the amount of times you need to.
Originally Posted by robbs
P.S. The above is only an example. Don't use this script to login since it will keep your password in plain text
Dim objIE : Set objIE = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application")
objIE.Visible = True
Do Until objIE.ReadyState = 4
objIE.Document.All.Item("username").Value = "email@example.com"
objIE.Document.All.Item("passwd").Value = "Th!s!sMyP@ssW@rd"
objIE.Document.All.Item("persistent").checked = True