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OK, I am very new at this, I have asked a couple question in past couple weeks and have had poor response. I asked about geting a program to run....was told to look in help file under run, I asked about runing at certain times, was suggested to look into @hour, day, min............. so far not much help :idea:

I dont want you to write the entire script, just need to see what,what I want looks like.

I would like to have a webpage open at a certain time every day, sign in and then run a Au3Record that has been created (opens my mobile acount, texts my kid to remind her to take her pills, and she wants to learn how to do stuff like this)

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MrMitchell

Perhaps you want to get your script running the way you want it to run first, then use Windows Scheduled Tasks to run it on the days and at the times you need.

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PsaltyDS

What did you get when you tried? Did you get Run() to work? Did you get a working loop that checks the time?

Try the example scripts under the _IE* functions in the help file for working with the web site. Post more specific questions about which function you having trouble with.

Another possibility for scheduling is to have your script run by the Task Scheduler service (search for SCHTASKS.exe).

Post what you've got, even if it doesn't work, and you'll get plenty of help.

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crom

I will do all of that tonight

Thank you very much!

(I'm sure you will see me some.....lol)

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