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  2. Script: // BEFORE RUNNING: Read the opening comment lines to ensure I've interpreted your requirement accurately. // BEFORE RUNNING: Assign the required variables. (Quickest method is to open each command by double clicking it and respond Yes to the program's requests.) // I've used longish delays to be on the safe side. // I've used meaningful variable names as @samrae advised you. I prefix them to indicate their type, avoiding ambiguity in complex macros. // STARTING STATE BEFORE MACRO IS ACTIVATED A single file is selected in an active (focused) File Explorer folder. // PURPOSE OF MACRO Copy the seleced file to another existing user-selectable folder. Clipboard Empty Text Type (Simulate Keystrokes): <F2> // Edit mode. Delay: 0.2 seconds // Select all. (Iincluding extension, which I found necessary in Win 10.) Or use @acantor's equally effective method. Text Type (Simulate Keystrokes): <CONTROL>a Delay: 0.2 seconds Clipboard Copy Delay: 0.2 seconds Variable Set String %tFilename% from the clipboard contents Text Type (Simulate Keystrokes): <ESC> // Close edit mode Delay: 0.1 seconds // Select address of current folder. Text Type (Simulate Keystrokes): <ALT>d Delay: 0.1 seconds Clipboard Copy Delay: 0.1 seconds Variable Set String %tFolder% from the clipboard contents Text Type (Simulate Keystrokes): <ESC> // Close edit mode Delay: 0.1 seconds // Now re-assemble the original full filename and path. Variable Modify String %tFullFilename%: Append Text String Variable (%tFolder%) Variable Modify String %tFullFilename%: Append Text (\) Variable Modify String %tFullFilename%: Append Text String Variable (%tFilename%) Variable Modify String: Save %tFullFilename% to the clipboard Delay: 0.1 seconds // When testing or trouble-shooting it's helpful to show results at key stages, as in the following example. (Disable or delete this command when satisfied.) Text Box Display: Result so far // Now allow user to choose the destination folder. Text Box Display: Choose destination folder Text Type (Simulate Keystrokes): <ALT>d Clipboard Copy Delay: 0.1 seconds Variable Set String %tDestination% from the clipboard contents Text Type (Simulate Keystrokes): <ESC> // Deselect folder box Delay: 0.2 seconds Copy File/Files: "%tFullFilename%" to "%tDestination%" // You could now add commands to return focus to the original folder if you wish. Or whatever. Such ad including the above in a Repeat loop to copy a SUCCESSION of files. Code: <COMMENT Value="BEFORE RUNNING: Read the opening comment lines to ensure I've interpreted your requirement accurately." _BACK="0080FFFF"/> <COMMENT Value="BEFORE RUNNING: Assign the required variables. (Quickest method is to open each command by double clicking it and respond Yes to the program's requests.)" _BACK="0080FFFF"/> <COMMENT/> <COMMENT Value="I've used longish delays to be on the safe side."/> <COMMENT Value="I've used meaningful variable names as @samrae advised you. I prefix them to indicate their type, avoiding ambiguity in complex macros."/> <COMMENT/> <COMMENT Value="STARTING STATE BEFORE MACRO IS ACTIVATED\r\nA single file is selected in an active (focused) File Explorer folder."/> <COMMENT Value="PURPOSE OF MACRO\r\nCopy the seleced file to another existing user-selectable folder."/> <COMMENT/> <CLIPBOARD EMPTY/> <TEXT TYPE Action="0" Text="<F2>" _COMMENT="Edit mode."/> <DELAY Flags="\x01" Time="0.2"/> <COMMENT Value="Select all. (Iincluding extension, which I found necessary in Win 10.) Or use @acantor's equally effective method."/> <TEXT TYPE Action="0" Text="<CONTROL>a"/> <DELAY Flags="\x01" Time="0.2"/> <CLIPBOARD COPY/> <DELAY Flags="\x01" Time="0.2"/> <VARIABLE SET STRING Option="\x02" Destination="%tFilename%" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <TEXT TYPE Action="0" Text="<ESC>" _COMMENT="Close edit mode"/> <DELAY Flags="\x01" Time="0.1"/> <COMMENT Value="Select address of current folder."/> <TEXT TYPE Action="0" Text="<ALT>d"/> <DELAY Flags="\x01" Time="0.1"/> <CLIPBOARD COPY/> <DELAY Flags="\x01" Time="0.1"/> <COMMENT/> <VARIABLE SET STRING Option="\x02" Destination="%tFolder%" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <TEXT TYPE Action="0" Text="<ESC>" _COMMENT="Close edit mode"/> <DELAY Flags="\x01" Time="0.1"/> <COMMENT Value="Now re-assemble the original full filename and path."/> <VARIABLE MODIFY STRING Option="\x07" Destination="%tFullFilename%" Variable="%tFolder%" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <VARIABLE MODIFY STRING Option="\x06" Destination="%tFullFilename%" Value="\\" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <VARIABLE MODIFY STRING Option="\x07" Destination="%tFullFilename%" Variable="%tFilename%" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <VARIABLE MODIFY STRING Option="\x10" Destination="%tFullFilename%" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <DELAY Flags="\x01" Time="0.1"/> <COMMENT Value="When testing or trouble-shooting it's helpful to show results at key stages, as in the following example. (Disable or delete this command when satisfied.)"/> <TEXT BOX DISPLAY Title="Result so far" Content="{\\rtf1\\ansi\\ansicpg1252\\deff0\\deflang2057{\\fonttbl{\\f0\\fnil\\fcharset0 Tahoma;}{\\f1\\fnil Tahoma;}}\r\n\\viewkind4\\uc1\\pard\\f0\\fs16 tFilename = %tFilename%\r\n\\par \r\n\\par tFullFilename = %tFullFilename%\r\n\\par \r\n\\par \\f1 tFolder\\f0 = \\f1 %tFolder%\r\n\\par \r\n\\par }\r\n" Left="541" Top="485" Width="638" Height="188" Monitor="0" OnTop="TRUE" Keep_Focus="TRUE" Mode="\x00" Delay="0" _ENABLED="FALSE"/> <COMMENT Value="Now allow user to choose the destination folder."/> <TEXT BOX DISPLAY Title="Choose destination folder" Content="{\\rtf1\\ansi\\ansicpg1252\\deff0\\deflang2057{\\fonttbl{\\f0\\fnil\\fcharset0 Tahoma;}{\\f1\\fnil Tahoma;}}\r\n{\\colortbl ;\\red255\\green0\\blue0;}\r\n\\viewkind4\\uc1\\pard\\qc\\b\\f0\\fs20 Navigate to your destination folder by whatever means you prer and leave it active.\r\n\\par \r\n\\par \\cf1 Then\\cf0 click OK to close this message and continue.\\f1 \r\n\\par }\r\n" Left="677" Top="776" Width="435" Height="171" Monitor="0" OnTop="TRUE" Keep_Focus="TRUE" Mode="\x00" Delay="0"/> <TEXT TYPE Action="0" Text="<ALT>d"/> <CLIPBOARD COPY/> <DELAY Flags="\x01" Time="0.1"/> <VARIABLE SET STRING Option="\x02" Destination="%tDestination%" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <TEXT TYPE Action="0" Text="<ESC>" _COMMENT="Deselect folder box"/> <DELAY Flags="\x01" Time="0.2"/> <COPY FILE/FILES Source="%tFullFilename%" Dest="%tDestination%" Progress="FALSE" Recurse="FALSE"/> <COMMENT Value="You could now add commands to return focus to the original folder if you wish. Or whatever. Such ad including the above in a Repeat loop to copy a SUCCESSION of files."/> Exported macro: Attached. Terry CopySelectedFileToAnotherFolder.mex
  3. If you're in Windows Explorer, or a similar window, this might work: F2 // begin edit mode Short pause Shift + End // extend the selection from the end of the file name to the end of the extension Ctrl + c // copy to the clipboard
  4. Last week
  5. Just a quick question. Is there a way to get the macro to capture the selected file name and not having to manually copy the filename to the clipboard.
  6. Hi Terrypin, Thanks for your reply. Maybe this will help. I will copy the path and filename/s to be copied to the clipboard. Then the proposed macro will pick this value up and then ask me where I want the file to be copied too Once I select the folder the macro will copy the file to that Folder This is the basics of the macro. Hope this helps
  7. Thanks Guys I will try and amend the code as suggested and let you know how I got on. Hopefully I can make the code more easier to read. Thanks again.
  8. Here are some suggestions that may help: 1. There is a command to extract the filename from a full path. Take a look at the "Variable Set From File path" macro command. 2. Add a "Wait for File to be Ready" macro command before the "If File Exists"" macro command. Macro Express may get to the If File Exist command before Windows has finished copying the file. 3. Since you already have the filenames and file paths consider using the "Copy File/Files" macro command to copy the files. It is generally easier to copy the files using Macro Express instead of manipulating Windows File Explorer to copy files. 4. If you were to use descriptive variable names it would make your macro easier to understand. For example maybe %SourceFile%, %DestFolder%, or %Filename% instead of %T3% and %T4% in addition to %nPos%. %Input%, and %Output%.
  9. Hi, I'd like to help but I frankly don't understand your problem description. And obviously it's impossible to test your macro without the appropriate files and folders. Can you explain again but in plainer terms. I'm guessing here, but something like this: "I want to build a text file called 'Music Sorting Log.txt'. Each line will contain the full path and filename of...etc, etc". IOW, what is your objective expressed in conversational terms? There are several points I find vague or unclear. What exactly is the status at activation? IOW, what is selected? A file in an Explorer folder? A filename, already in Edit mode (F2)? What type of files? (I'm guessing audio: MP3/WMA/WAV/etc? You say: 1. The Macro will display a list of predefined Target Directories. But your macro doesn't appear to display a list. 2. On clicking on one of the them it will move the file/files (details of which will be in the clipboard) to the selected Directory. But your macro doesn't prompt for any user clicking. And how can multiple 'details' (do you mean names?) all be in the clipboard? As always, the devil is in the details!
  10. Hi There, I am looking for help to put together a macro that can do the following. I will have a Windows 10 File Explorer Windows open and have selected various files (these files will be the result of a search, so will be located in different Folders) So maybe Copying them to the Clipboard 1. The Macro will display a list of predefined Target Directories. 2. On clicking on one of the them it will move the file/files (details of which will be in the clipboard) to the selected Directory. I have spent a great deal of time trying to get this to work and to be honest given up. This is a last ditch effort to be pointed in the right direction Below is my attempt at writing the macro Any help will be most appreciated. <CLIPBOARD COPY/> <COMMENT Value="Extract the FILENAME from full path & filename."/> <VARIABLE SET STRING Option="\x02" Destination="%Input%" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <VARIABLE SET INTEGER Option="\x0D" Destination="%Length%" Text_Variable="%Input%"/> <REPEAT START Start="%Length%" Step="-1" Count="%Length%" Save="TRUE" Variable="%Index%"/> <VARIABLE MODIFY STRING Option="\x09" Destination="%Char%" Variable="%Input%" Start="%Index%" Count="1" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <VARIABLE MODIFY STRING Option="\x07" Destination="%Output%" Variable="%Char%" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <END REPEAT/> <VARIABLE SET INTEGER Option="\x0E" Destination="%nPosReversed%" Text_Variable="%Output%" Text="\\" Ignore_Case="FALSE"/> <VARIABLE MODIFY INTEGER Option="\x01" Destination="%nPos%" Value1="%Length%" Value2="%nPosReversed%"/> <VARIABLE MODIFY INTEGER Option="\x07" Destination="%nPos%"/> <VARIABLE MODIFY STRING Option="\x0A" Destination="%Input%" Start="1" Count="%nPos%"/> <TEXT BOX DISPLAY Title="Result" Content="{\\rtf1\\ansi\\ansicpg1252\\deff0\\deflang1033{\\fonttbl{\\f0\\fnil\\fcharset0 Tahoma;}{\\f1\\fnil Tahoma;}}\r\n\\viewkind4\\uc1\\pard\\f0\\fs16 %Input%\r\n\\par \r\n\\par \r\n\\par \r\n\\par \r\n\\par \r\n\\par \r\n\\par \\f1 \r\n\\par \r\n\\par }\r\n" Left="Center" Top="Center" Width="278" Height="200" Monitor="0" OnTop="TRUE" Keep_Focus="TRUE" Mode="\x00" Delay="0" _ENABLED="FALSE" _COMMENT="Disable this when satisfied."/> <COMMENT Value="Proceed with rest of macro."/> <OPEN FOLDER Path="C:\\Users\\desmo\\Desktop\\Music Library 2018\\Favourite"/> <VARIABLE SET STRING Option="\x00" Destination="%T4%" Value="C:\\Users\\desmo\\Desktop\\Music Library 2018\\Favourite\\" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <VARIABLE SET STRING Option="\x00" Destination="%T4%" Value="%T4%%Input%" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <WAIT FOR WINDOW TITLE Title="Favourite" Partial="FALSE" Wildcards="FALSE" Indefinite="FALSE" Hours="0" Minutes="0" Seconds="20"/> <CLIPBOARD PASTE/> <DELAY Flags="\x01" Time="1"/> <WINDOW CLOSE Option="\x01" Title="Favourite" Partial="FALSE" Wildcards="FALSE" _IGNORE="0x0006"/> <DATE/TIME Format="dd/MM/yyyy HH:MM" Flags="\xB0" Date="25/12/2018 22:29:25" Day_Offset="0" Month_Offset="0" Year_Offset="0" Hour_Offset="0" Minute_Offset="0" Second_Offset="0" Left="Center" Top="Center" Monitor="0" Variable="%T3%" IsDateVar="FALSE"/> <VARIABLE SET STRING Option="\x02" Destination="%T1%" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <VARIABLE SET STRING Option="\x00" Destination="%T2%" Value=" - Moved to Favourite" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <VARIABLE SET STRING Option="\x00" Destination="%T1%" Value="%T1% %T2% %T3%" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <VARIABLE MODIFY STRING Option="\x10" Destination="%T1%" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <VARIABLE MODIFY STRING Option="\x00" Destination="%T4%"/> <IF FILE EXISTS File="%T4%" Search_Path="FALSE"/> <CLIPBOARD APPEND TEXT Filename="C:\\Users\\desmo\\Desktop\\Music Sorting Log.txt" Prompt="FALSE"/> <TEXT BOX DISPLAY Title="File Copied Sucessfully" Content="{\\rtf1\\ansi\\ansicpg1252\\deff0\\deflang2057{\\fonttbl{\\f0\\fnil\\fcharset0 Tahoma;}{\\f1\\fnil Tahoma;}}\r\n\\viewkind4\\uc1\\pard\\f0\\fs24 File has been moved to \\b Favourite \\b0 Folder\\b \r\n\\par \\b0\\f1\\fs16 \r\n\\par }\r\n" Left="Center" Top="Center" Width="278" Height="200" Monitor="0" OnTop="FALSE" Keep_Focus="TRUE" Mode="\x01" Delay="3"/> <DELAY Flags="\x01" Time="3"/> <ELSE/> <TEXT BOX DISPLAY Title="File Copy Failed" Content="{\\rtf1\\ansi\\ansicpg1252\\deff0\\deflang2057{\\fonttbl{\\f0\\fnil\\fcharset0 Tahoma;}{\\f1\\fnil Tahoma;}}\r\n\\viewkind4\\uc1\\pard\\f0\\fs24 The file copy \\b Failed \\b0 please check and retry\\b \r\n\\par \\b0\\f1\\fs16 \r\n\\par }\r\n" Left="Center" Top="Center" Width="278" Height="200" Monitor="0" OnTop="FALSE" Keep_Focus="TRUE" Mode="\x01" Delay="3"/> <DELAY Flags="\x01" Time="3"/> <END IF/>
  11. Alan, Yes, absorbing! On the downside, I can't immediately recall why I wrote that 🙂
  12. Terry, Your solution is cleaner and more elegant than mine, and I can imagine it might run a bit faster. Thank you for posting! It's interesting, educational, and entertaining to develop one's own string manipulation tools. I was going to write Insight and request they add features like reverse, pre-pend to a string (to complement the already-existing append). But if Insight had added these features in the past, I wouldn't have taken the time to learn how to build them myself!
  13. A great puzzle. I can see I will be thinking about it all day, and greatly annoying my wife by ignoring her and everything else. If I can invent anything, I'll reply again. 🙂
  14. Cory, Perfect!! Thanks for coming back so quickly!!! As the base excel program is fully automated and runs throughout the day, it does not require a 'user' and therefore typing to activate (shortkeys) is not suitable. I searched for 'MeProc.exe' to find the solution and used method below (ME file Test1): Sub CallMEMacro() Shell ("C:\Program Files (X86)\Macro Express Pro\MeProc.exe /ATest1") End Sub Thanks again Ken
  15. Hi Alan, Saw this just before dashing out so have not yet tried your script. I expect this old one of mine will be much slower, designed for relatively short strings. Note that the Variable Restore is disabled. This was intended as a submacro. Later... Terry EDIT: Back home and tested both. Indistinguishable difference in performance until I got to 5,000 random characters when mine seemed very slightly faster. Variable Restore: Restore Text Variables // Restore Input from a previous macro // Disable the next TBD if you want silent running. Variable Set String %Input%: Prompt Variable Set Integer %Length% to the length of variable %Input% Repeat Start (Repeat %Length% times) Variable Modify String: Copy part of text in %Input% starting at %Index% and 1 characters long to %Char% Variable Modify String %Output%: Append Text String Variable (%Char%) End Repeat // Disable the next TBD if you want silent running. Text Box Display: Full Input string reversed <VARIABLE RESTORE Option="\x01" _ENABLED="FALSE" _COMMENT="Restore Input from a previous macro"/> <COMMENT Value="Disable the next TBD if you want silent running."/> <VARIABLE SET STRING Option="\x01" Destination="%Input%" Prompt="Please input a string of characters" Mask="FALSE" OnTop="FALSE" Left="Center" Top="Center" Monitor="0"/> <VARIABLE SET INTEGER Option="\x0D" Destination="%Length%" Text_Variable="%Input%"/> <REPEAT START Start="%Length%" Step="-1" Count="%Length%" Save="TRUE" Variable="%Index%"/> <VARIABLE MODIFY STRING Option="\x09" Destination="%Char%" Variable="%Input%" Start="%Index%" Count="1" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <VARIABLE MODIFY STRING Option="\x07" Destination="%Output%" Variable="%Char%" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <END REPEAT/> <COMMENT Value="Disable the next TBD if you want silent running."/> <TEXT BOX DISPLAY Title="Full Input string reversed" Content="{\\rtf1\\ansi\\ansicpg1252\\deff0\\deflang1033{\\fonttbl{\\f0\\fnil\\fcharset0 Tahoma;}{\\f1\\fnil Tahoma;}}\r\n\\viewkind4\\uc1\\pard\\f0\\fs16 %Output%\\f1 \r\n\\par }\r\n" Left="Center" Top="Center" Width="278" Height="200" Monitor="0" OnTop="TRUE" Keep_Focus="TRUE" Mode="\x00" Delay="0"/>
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  17. For a script I am developing, I need to reverse the order of characters. For example, "12345" needs to transform into "54321". Macro Express does not appear to have an instruction for reversing strings, so I wrote a script that does just that. I would be curious to know if there are ways to make a script like this run faster. It's quick for strings consisting of a few dozen or hundred characters, but noticeably slower when the string contains thousands of characters. (This test script is set to use "0123456789" as its input.) // String reverse // %Text% = String before processing // %Result% = String after processing Variable Set String %Text% to "0123456789" Variable Set String %Result% to "" // %Len% = Number of characters in %Text% // %Start% = Starting position of the character to copy. (Begin with the last one) Variable Set Integer %Len% to the length of variable %Text% Variable Set Integer %Start% to %Len% // Begin by copying the final character in %Text%. Next time, copy the second last character, etc. // Each time, append the character, %Char%, to the end of %Result% Repeat Start (Repeat %Len% times) Variable Modify String: Copy part of text in %Text% starting at %Start% and 1 characters long to %Char% Variable Modify String %Result%: Append Text (%Char%) Variable Modify Integer %Start%: Decrement End Repeat Text Box Display: Result <COMMENT Value="String reverse"/> <COMMENT Value=" %Text% = String before processing"/> <COMMENT Value=" %Result% = String after processing"/> <VARIABLE SET STRING Option="\x00" Destination="%Text%" Value="0123456789" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <VARIABLE SET STRING Option="\x00" Destination="%Result%" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <COMMENT/> <COMMENT Value=" %Len% = Number of characters in %Text%"/> <COMMENT Value=" %Start% = Starting position of the character to copy. (Begin with the last one)"/> <VARIABLE SET INTEGER Option="\x0D" Destination="%Len%" Text_Variable="%Text%"/> <VARIABLE SET INTEGER Option="\x00" Destination="%Start%" Value="%Len%"/> <COMMENT/> <COMMENT Value="Begin by copying the final character in %Text%. Next time, copy the second last character, etc."/> <COMMENT Value="Each time, append the character, %Char%, to the end of %Result%"/> <REPEAT START Start="1" Step="1" Count="%Len%" Save="FALSE"/> <VARIABLE MODIFY STRING Option="\x09" Destination="%Char%" Variable="%Text%" Start="%Start%" Count="1" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <VARIABLE MODIFY STRING Option="\x06" Destination="%Result%" Value="%Char%" NoEmbeddedVars="FALSE"/> <VARIABLE MODIFY INTEGER Option="\x08" Destination="%Start%"/> <END REPEAT/> <COMMENT/> <TEXT BOX DISPLAY Title="Result" Content="{\\rtf1\\ansi\\ansicpg1252\\deff0\\deflang1033{\\fonttbl{\\f0\\fnil\\fcharset0 Tahoma;}{\\f1\\fnil Tahoma;}}\r\n\\viewkind4\\uc1\\pard\\f0\\fs40 %Result%\\f1 \r\n\\par }\r\n" Left="Center" Top="Center" Width="278" Height="200" Monitor="0" OnTop="TRUE" Keep_Focus="TRUE" Mode="\x00" Delay="0"/> <END REPEAT _ENABLED="FALSE"/> <TEXT BOX DISPLAY Title="Done" Content="{\\rtf1\\ansi\\ansicpg1252\\deff0\\deflang1033{\\fonttbl{\\f0\\fnil Tahoma;}}\r\n\\viewkind4\\uc1\\pard\\f0\\fs20 \r\n\\par }\r\n" Left="Center" Top="Center" Width="278" Height="200" Monitor="0" OnTop="TRUE" Keep_Focus="TRUE" Mode="\x00" Delay="0" _ENABLED="FALSE"/>
  18. I'm not sure what you're trying to do but you can look at all the activation methods in the help file. If someone types a series of letters or numbers you can make that activate a macro. You can use a VBA macro to launch the MEP macro. Again look in the help file under Command Line Parameters. You can use the MeProc.exe with parameters that will launch a macro.
  19. Trigger the counting macro when the entry screen appears. Then: // Variable Set Integer %N1% to 0 Repeat Until %N1% >= 6 Wait for Key Press: Any Key Variable Modify Integer: Inc (%N1%) Repeat End Text Box Display: xxxxxxxxxx (done, so start whatever other macro you want to run) //
  20. Please help!! How do I call an 'Macro Express Pro' macro from excel, when a cell is populated with a particular word/result? or, can I call the 'Macro Express Pro' macro from an 'excel' macro? Thank you in advance ;-)
  21. Hahaha, great reply! Sadly the first number will be between 0-3, oh i wish i could make it
  22. In theory the answer is yes. But it may not be practical. The first digit would need to always be the same. Let's say it's zero. Then configure Macro Express so that "0" is a prefix key for ShortKey activation. Then create 100,000 macros with these nicknames: 00000 00001 00002 ... 99998 99999 You can automate the process of creating these macros using a Macro Express script. It might take a couple of hours to run, but you'd only need to do so once. This would be a fun and interesting exercise, but in my view, Macro Express is not the ideal tool for this task!
  23. Hi, is it possible that after I have written 6 numbers in the box shown in the picture that macro express pro can run a macro automaticly? As in the macro that's going to run will only run after 6 numbers have been typed in this box. If you know which commands that can be used to make this I will be eternally grateful:)
  24. Yep, that fixes the issue! Thank you to all!
  25. Generally, in Windows, this appears as CRLF, not LFCR. Try this: Variable Modify String: Replace "-A%CR%%LF%" in %Temp% with ""
  26. Thanks for the input. I agree that this would work... however, due to the fact that I am getting my data from a shared/synced OneNote document, I wouldn't be able to add the nonsense string as would be called for using this method.
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