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run two processes in Command Prompt window

Postby R1BEeW5hbWljcw » Tue, 31 May 2005 13:07:21 GMT

Hello,

Does anyone know how I can do two things with the Command Prompt windows 
using the Shell command in VBA?

I would first like to add a title to the window programmatically and then 
run a process.  The title would tell me which process it is on in a large 
loop.

Thanks for you assistance in this regard.

Michael

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"Sooraj" wrote:

> 
> Hi,
> I'm a mechanical engineer new to programming. I was trying to write a
> program in Visual Basic Express Edition 2005. I want to run a file
> using an application called madymo601 in command prompt.
> 
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> 
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>     End Sub
> 
> Hope someone could help me out with the right way to do this.
> Thanx.
> 

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