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Re: Tell us how Macro Scheduler helps you, what you use it f

Post by rba88usa » Tue Feb 06, 2018 9:19 pm

I used to create scripts to emulate data entry into web forms, and using various ways to get the data to be entered. I am planning on expanding to create excel and access interactions.

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Re: Tell us how Macro Scheduler helps you, what you use it for.

Post by TOMinSATX » Mon Jun 13, 2022 10:39 pm

I've been using Macro Scheduler for a few years. I'm running version 14 on a Windows 10 machine. I'm a retired programmer (Dinosaur=COBOL, JCL, and a host of mainframe languages and utilities). My main uses have been to automate repetitive tasks such as logging back into RoboForm after my screen times out, or logging onto Amazon to buy things for the wife and or kids/grandkids.

Since I leave the computer running during the day, I've always been a little uneasy about leaving the internet connected all the time. To solve that, I just finished building and testing a utility that Toggles my Internet connection on and off (borrowed code found on the Internet) and just to make my life easier, puts a Shortcut on my desktop and moves it to the upper RH corner of my screen. To that end I was wondering if and how I could share it with this forum?

(The TOM in my Username stands for Tired Old Man)

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Re: Tell us how Macro Scheduler helps you, what you use it for.

Post by Grovkillen » Tue Jun 14, 2022 3:59 am

If you want to share some code I suggest you break it down in small parts instead of showing your full script. It's easier to apply and understand snippets of code compared to a full project of code.
Let>ME=%Script%

Running: 15.0.20
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