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  1. Here is a function that will return a 2D array of visible windows. You will notice that windows "Start" and "Program Manager" windows will always be in the array. The array returns the title of the window, the window handle, the PID of the process associated with the window, the process name associated with the window, the window's position, and the window's dimension, Please see comments in the code about the numbers returned about the window's position. #include <Array.au3> #include <Process.au3> ;Get a list of visable windows with titles. $aWindows = _GetVis
  2. Hi guys! How are you? Hope you're fine I've been using Excel UDF for a while, and I always wanted to post this question: "Why, everytime I set the paramter $bVisible = False of the _Excel_Open() function, IF I HAVE AN EXCEL SHEET OPENED, I still can see the Excel opening and doing what I wrote in the script? And, in this case, how can I avoid this?" Thanks
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