escobar Posted March 14, 2008 Report Share Posted March 14, 2008 BACKGROUND I am trying to create a "Playable Macro" that acts as like a shortcut. It opens an Office program and performs a task. Upon completion of the main commands, it has a "Terminate Macro Express" command. I don't want uneccessary programs, like "Macro Express Editor" & "Macro Express Player", running in the background. I want to run my shortcut, and be done with it. PROBLEM As a "Playable Macro"... The "Terminate Macro Express" command only closes the editor. It leaves the player running. I don't have this problem when running it from the editor. It closes everything there. QUESTION - When using a "Playable Macro", is there a way to end ALL "Macro Express" components (player and editor)? - When using a "Playable Macro", is there a task-kill command that can end the "Macro Express" task manager processes? - Do you have any other ideas, where "Macro Express" doesn't run in the background...but its commands are executed properly? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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