WaitReady suspends script execution until the foreground window has finished processing mouse, keyboard, show window, and optionally, paint events. Issue 1 to include paint events, and 0 to exclude paint events. This command can therefore be used to wait until the active application is ready to receive keyboard and mouse events in most situations.
Abbreviation : WRD
See also: Wait, WaitWindowOpen, WaitWindowClosed, WaitCursorChanged, WaitPixelColor
Run Program>"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\WINWORD.EXE"
Message>Word is now ready for input