Macros for browser forms

Using Win 10 with the latest Chrome browser

I have a form with static entry points for inventory asset info lookup. There will be times I will have to edit info in the form to change an asset location info. Often it will be the same location info going into each form. So this leads me to look for a browser extension that I can build a Macro that will work in the form allow me to change the info in a one-button launch sequence. Here what I mean

Search for the asset number and press enter…
it always looks to the first entry field.
Hit 5 times and it will go to the first field I need to change.
Type in the info that will go into that field (will be the same info every time)
Hit 2 times and it will go to the second field I need to change.
Type in the info that will go into that field (will be the same info every time)
Hit 10 times and it will exit the field.

The example is the macro is recording keystroke actions and then launch the action after each search.

Anyone have any macro chrome programs suggestions for win 10?

Thanks

This is not the solution you’re looking for, but developers use a framework called Selenium for simulating humans using web pages for unit testing. If you were crazy, you could write a program to front end Selenium to drive almost any web page.

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