How to click the OK button inside an Alert function while using Selenium IDE?

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I want to click the 'OK' button inside an alert window using a Selenium command. I've tried using the assertAlert or verifyAlert but they don't provide the functionality that I want.

Is it possible to click the 'OK' button? If so, can someone please provide me with an example to the Selenium IDE command?
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