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Fattire

Is there any reason when I type at a DOS prompt at the root of C "start k.xls" that the excel file opens up but when I run:

RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c start K.xls")

...I get an error stating it can't find the file, or sometimes nothing happens?

I've tried RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c " & "start " & "K.xls") as well other variations and it doesn't work - as well as typing "Run" rather then "RunWait" on everything....nothing...I'm 1 day into this language btw...

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Is there any reason when I type at a DOS prompt at the root of C "start k.xls" that the excel file opens up but when I run:

RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c start K.xls")

...I get an error stating it can't find the file, or sometimes nothing happens?

I've tried RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c " & "start " & "K.xls") as well other variations and it doesn't work - as well as typing "Run" rather then "RunWait" on everything....nothing...I'm 1 day into this language btw...

where is your script located?

try:

RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c start c:\K.xls")


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Fattire

Yes that was it, thank you.

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Valuater

also in the beta release there is a new command

ShellExecute()

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