Are you talking about automating the installation process of some applications? If so you don't give much to go on. You don't mention which OS, how you're doing this to get to the stage of a button press. Also one questionmark will do. See How do I post a question effectively?.
For discussion sake we'll pretend you're using a Microsoft Windows platform. I suggest you take a look at the Win32::GuiTest and what it has to offer in terms of identifying elements of and intereacting with user interfaces.
"I used command as PushButton("control ID").. Will it work???"
What happened when you tested it?
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