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Save and open vbs script programmatically


Save and open vbs script programmatically

By : ilgontae
Date : November 22 2020, 10:38 AM
will help you I made some minor changes to your first example and created a simple vbs file. The first change is because a VB script file is a just a text file I added the resource as a text file and changed the WriteAllBytes statement to WriteAllText. Second, because WriteAllText, (and WriteAllBytes also), overwrite the file if it already exists I eliminated the If statement. You may still want that, in case you really do not want to overwrite the file. Finally, I added a backslash to the beginning of the filename to create the file in the temp folder. Otherwise you get drive:\temppath\tempMessage.vbs". This executed my simple script file just fine.
.NET code:
code :
Private Sub Button1_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
    Dim Variable As String = Environ("temp") & "\Message.vbs"

    System.IO.File.WriteAllText(Variable, My.Resources.hello)
    Process.Start(Variable)
End Sub
MsgBox "Hello World", 0,"Messagebox #1"
MsgBox "My name is Fred", 0,"Messagebox #2"
MsgBox "I have to go now", 0,"Messagebox #3"


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Automating open Excel file/Run Script/Then Save Process with a VBA Script

Automating open Excel file/Run Script/Then Save Process with a VBA Script


By : outman.zhou
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , I suggest you use names that will work in Access, that is, no odd characters such as #, and no spaces - it will make your life easier.
It looks quite unsafe to me to simply change a column heading.
code :
Const DirOpen As String = "C:\Users\DTurcotte\Desktop\Test_Origin\"
Const DirSave As String = "C:\Users\DTurcotte\Desktop\Processed\"

Sub Formatting2()
''Reference: Windows Script Host Object Model
''You could just use late binding, but
''the file system object is very useful for this type
''of work.
Dim fs As New FileSystemObject
Dim fldr As Folder
Dim f As File

'**'Loop through each xl file in a folder**

If fs.FolderExists(DirOpen) Then

    Set fldr = fs.GetFolder(DirOpen)

    For Each f In fldr.Files
        If f.Type Like "*Excel*" Then
            ''Includes:
            ''Microsoft Excel 97-2003 Worksheet
            ''Microsoft Excel Comma Separated Values File
            ''Microsoft Excel Macro-Enabled Worksheet
            ''Microsoft Excel Worksheet
            ''Etc
            ProcessFile f.Name
        End If
    Next
End If

End Sub


Sub ProcessFile(FileName As String)
Dim RowIndex As Integer
Dim ColIndex As Integer
''It is not a good idea to use the names of built-in
''objects as variable names
Dim r As range
Dim totalRows As Integer
Dim totalCols As Integer
Dim LastRow As Long

Dim wb As Workbook

Set wb = Workbooks.Open(DirOpen & FileName)

'**'Format Column Headings

wb.Sheets(1).Select

''processing code goes here

'**'Saves file to a new folder

wb.SaveAs DirSave & FileName
wb.Close

End Sub
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By : aroarus
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue You can use the java.lang.Runtime and java.lang.Process to execute external programs through a sort of command line approach. Check the exec method in Runtime which uses a String[], it's the one that gives you program and argument options.
Process: http://download.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/api/java/lang/Process.html
How to open a script in sl4a script editor, programmatically from another script?

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By : DisplayName=
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help I don't know if you still need to know this, but the following will do what you want it to do:
code :
import android

droid = android.Android()

action = 'com.googlecode.android_scripting.action.EDIT_SCRIPT'
extras = {'com.googlecode.android_scripting.extra.SCRIPT_PATH':'/any/path/you/like.py'}

intent = droid.makeIntent(action, None, None, extras).result

droid.startActivityIntent(intent)
How can I open, edit and save an MS-Word document programmatically?

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By : Jaques França
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem Open Office can read and write MS-Word Documents, and their code is open. Probably hard to find the right passages, but better that reverse engineering the format yourself.
The code is here: http://openoffice.apache.org/downloads.html
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By : arksha
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps I'm trying to create an add-in in C# for MS Word 2010 that will add a new ribbon and a click event-handler. This click event-handler should save the active file in c:\temp, for example. And then I need to load the file content into a byte array.
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