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hi how can i see the name i want to run with a run scribt?

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hi do someone know how i can found the name so i can see what i will write in the run("X")??? please help me :D

for exampel when i write rune("notepad.exe") a notepad window open.

but when i want a scribt to open paint i write rune(paint.exe) but that does not work. so i wunder if some one know what paints name are or do someone know how i can look it up?

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You have to know the name of file OR do some registry searching to get the path and file name.

For Paint it's

Run("mspaint.exe")

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ok thanks :D

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You have to know the name of file OR do some registry searching to get the path and file name.

For Paint it's

Run("mspaint.exe")
I recommend file searching over registry searching.

Look in C:\Program Files and C:\Windows for the name of the company who made it or part of the name of the application.

For Photoshop look for Adobe

For Excel look for Office or Microsoft

etc. etc..

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