koden Posted February 9, 2006 Report Share Posted February 9, 2006 I use in my macro IF some places. maybe I don't understand it right... Example: I would like a repeat function to stop and start from beginning if a surdent window is running. If this window is not running, then the macro should go on to the repeat end. This is not working, because the macro tells me that I have a repeat end standing alone. if window title "xxxxxx" is running repeat stop end if How ist the right way to do this??? The full story is that i'm creating new employes in a program. but sometimes they alredy exist. So before creating them I check if they already there. The only way I can do that is to open the profile with the data of the person. This profile window has a title. If they allready exist,then this window appears, and the macro schould go back to the beginning and copy the next new employe. If not existing there is no window and the macro can continue to create the person. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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