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    Windows equivalent to applescript?

    I remember my Mac days, ahh <sighs> when I was able to record my exact actions on the desktop and save them into a script with applescript.

    Is there anything like that on Windows? I want to have a simple script, which will run a program and then click on <OK> when a box appears before the program opens up. This script must be able to run with windows scheduler.

    Sounds like it should be easy. Is it?

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    Re: Windows equivalent to applescript?

    Auto it has a record function.

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    Re: Windows equivalent to applescript?

    Thanks Chris, and well done for winning the fastest reply on edugeek award!!!!

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    Re: Windows equivalent to applescript?

    Just waiting for my server disks to format so have been twiddling my thumbs :P

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    Re: Windows equivalent to applescript?

    Wow, 'Auto it' is EXACTLY what I was looking for. Thanks Chris! Glad you were waiting for your server disks to format. Hope it's nothing serious.

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    Re: Windows equivalent to applescript?

    Nah new server is all

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