Script Editor is scripting not only for Web pages. Get rid of the routine work. Let a script do the repeatedly executed tasks for you. Keep the re-usable parts of a script in separate library files. Reference these libraries in your WSF project. Embed project-specific code directly to the WSF file. Put your favorite objects to a list and have all their parts at your fingertips in the Object Browser. Use the embedded MS Script Control to execute the scripts for you. When a problem is encountered, Script Editor will place the cursor at the troubled place in the script and will tell you what the problem is. Have all the running processes listed in Running Scripts window. Kill any of them at any time.Most of the applications of MS Office, like MS Word or MS Excel, are available as OLE Automation Objects. You even don't have to open such an application to write something and save. The Workspace will remember which files you were working on and also all the settings you used to execute them.
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