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You may want to provide an example of the full code, please? And if possible a brief explanation on the function of each 'label'. Thank you. :whistle:

He has shown you exactly the full code you will need to use. :P

For help on the AT command, go to a command prompt and type AT /?. You can also try this new incredibly useful thing called Google... :D


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For help on the AT command, go to a command prompt and type AT /?. You can also try this new incredibly useful thing called Google... :P

If you have to point the way, then Google this way. :whistle:

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Yes. Saunders shows how to use @ComSpec in single command line mode. Most single commands use similar syntax as a single line of a command in a batch file.

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Yes, there is another argument. Plus an example in the HELP FILE. I think you should read the HELP FILE. The HELP FILE is very usefull for things like this. Lets all thank Jon for the HELP FILE. Do you get where I'm going with this?


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Yes, there is another argument. Plus an example in the HELP FILE. I think you should read the HELP FILE. The HELP FILE is very usefull for things like this. Lets all thank Jon for the HELP FILE. Do you get where I'm going with this?

Cloak and dagger.......

The argument you're looking for is @SW_HIDE

heheh :whistle: good luck


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As ChrisL just directed you, and as sooo many others have hinted, you really need to look at the help file.

Look at the options.

Look... there is an option for hiding it... something about @SW_HIDE (tricky name, I know, but you'll just have to struggle through it)

How do you use it? Look at the example.

Just put @SW_HIDE where @SW_MAXIMIZE is in the example.


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