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- Column 1 - This column contains 15 lines of 43 characters which play back
according to the times, days, and dates in columns 2, 3, and 4.
Therefore, you may have up to 15 different combinations of
dates, days, and times for playing back keystrokes as if you
typed them in at those dates, days, and times.
You should separate the drive, directory, and the command
filename with a tilde (~). All tildes are played back as if
you pressed the "Enter" or "Return" key as well as adding a 10
second delay for processing time by DOS or other programs.
Anytime 2.0 plays back the keystrokes above at the time, day,
and/or date that you select. If PC is unattended, be sure
it was left at the DOS prompt.
The example when executed at the DOS prompt will tell DOS to
change the default drive to c:. It then tells DOS to change the
directory to \123 and then tells DOS to load 123.
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