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hey i am trying to learn script at the moment all i can do it wscript.echo "hi" lol

is there any really baisc tutorials for macking a simple (i mean really simple) autoit script

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hey i am trying to learn script at the moment all i can do it wscript.echo "hi" lol

is there any really baisc tutorials for macking a simple (i mean really simple) autoit script

There are examples on almost every page of the help file. Any file in the AutoIt\Include folder can be used as an example.

Any file in the AutoIt\Examples folder is a good starting point. And as Richard has pointed out AutoIt 1-2-3


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ok so im on the tut now and it all seems helpful but i cant figure out how to save a file im trying yo make a beep one

beep(500 ,1000) .... i just type that in and go to save ? what do i save te file as to test the script

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ok so im on the tut now and it all seems helpful but i cant figure out how to save a file im trying yo make a beep one

beep(500 ,1000) .... i just type that in and go to save ? what do i save te file as to test the script

Yes, to save go to File->Save, or press Ctrl+s. To test, click on Tools->Go or Beta Run or right click on the file in explorer and select Run.

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ok so im on the tut now and it all seems helpful but i cant figure out how to save a file im trying yo make a beep one

beep(500 ,1000) .... i just type that in and go to save ? what do i save te file as to test the script

Yes, to save go to File->Save, or press Ctrl+s. To test, click on Tools->Go or Beta Run or right click on the file in explorer and select Run.

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u should start off by downloading scite it is extremely helpful when writing scripts. But save the scripts witht the extension .au3. You can find scite on the autoit website.

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hey i am trying to learn script at the moment all i can do it wscript.echo "hi" lol

is there any really baisc tutorials for macking a simple (i mean really simple) autoit script

Welcome to autoit and the forum. If you do the following you'll save everyone a bunch of grief.
  • Make sure you are using the latest version of AutoIt
  • Download and use SciTE4AutoIt3 for your au3 scripts
  • Complete the Tutorials in the AutoIt Help file
  • Experiment with the example code of each funcition your interested in (located in the Help file)

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  • Before asking a Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) read the FAQ's in the Help file
  • Learn how to search the AutoIt Help file for keywords
  • Search for your answer in the Help file
  • Before posting a FAQ in the forum read the sticky messages.
  • Learn how to search the Forum for keywords
  • Learn how to use Google's Language Tools (or other similar site) if you have "bad english"
  • Use meaningful subject lines in your posts
  • And as you get better, you can study the UDF's that come with AutoIt and the scripts in the Example Scripts forum
I think that should about cover it. :)

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