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  1. Heya AutoIt Community, I'm sure this has been posted tons of times before, and I googled & forum'd it and found relevant topics, but none of these fixes apply to my particular code for some reason. What I have right now: ShellExecute("""" & $sProgramPath & """" & " !LoadLayout " & """" & $sLayout2 & """")What I want to happen: "C:\Program Files\Program\Program.exe" !LoadLayout "Working"What actually happens: Windows cannot find 'C:\Program Files\Program\Program.exe" !LoadLayout "Gaming'. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again.Of course the path is wrong because it has the wrong quotation marks! I've used several methods trying to get normal quotes to appear in the programpath, like "", """" and even chr(34), but they all just return the above faulty @error message. How do I get it to look like what I want to happen? Many Thanks in Advance, ~Admiral Medallyon
  2. how can i check if the quote key (') is pressed?
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