Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : PEP.ZIP
Filename : PEP.HLP

 
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NqqÁ Exit to DOS ts 9Select this option toexit the Painless EventProcessor.3 qqÁ New to DOS ts rSelect this option tocreate a new scheduleof events. This willclear the currentschedule of eventsdisplayed.3
qqÁ Open File ts ƒSelect this option toopen a schedule ofevents file forediting. You will beprompted to enter theschedule of eventsfile name.3
qqÁ Save ile ts qSelect this option tosave the currentschedule of events.This will update thecurrent schedule ofevents file.3qqÁ Save As ts qSelect this option tosave the currentschedule of events toa new file. You mustthen enter the newfile name.3 qqÁ Exit s ts -Select this option toexit to the main menu.'B qqÁ Append ts TSelect this option toappend keystrokes to theend of the current scriptdisplayed.'B
qqÁ Browse ts ˜Select this option tobrowse the keystrokes.This does not allow anyediting. You may page upand down or arrow up anddown to look at thekeystrokes.'BqqÁ Insert ts ÍSelect this option toinsert keystrokes to thecurrent script displayed.You must then arrow tothe position where youneed to add keystrokesand press enter. You canthen begin to insert newkeystrokes.'BqqÁ Delete ts ÙSelect this option todelete keystrokes fromthe current script. Youcan then arrow to thekeystrokes you need todelete and press thedelete key. This willremove the highlightedkeystroke from thecurrent script.(DqqÁ Immediate Event XSelect this option toenter a keyboard script,as an Immediate event, tothe current schedule ofevents. You will then beprompted to enter an eventname. This is any 15characters to describe thekeyboard script. You mustthen enter the macro filename. This is the filename the keyboard scriptwas saved in. Press F3 tosave the event.(DqqÁ One Time Event LSelect this option toenter a keyboard script,as an One time event, tothe current schedule ofevents. You will then beprompted to enter an eventname. This is any 15characters to describe thekeyboard script. You mustthen enter the macro filename. This is the filename the keyboard scriptwas saved in.Next you will enter thetime and date the keyboardscript is to be executed.Enter the time in theformat of hh:mm:ss. Forexample, if the script wasto be run at 3:10 pm, youwould enter 15:10:00 asthe time. Press F3 tosave the event or Escapeto exit without saving.(DqqÁ Daily Event t [Select this option toenter a keyboard script,as a Daily event, to thecurrent schedule ofevents. You will then beprompted to enter an eventname. This is any 15characters to describe thekeyboard script. You mustthen enter the macro filename. This is the filename the keyboard scriptwas saved in. Next youwill enter the time thekeyboard script is to beexecuted each day. Enterthe time in the format ofhh:mm:ss. For example, ifthe script was to be runat 3:10 pm, you wouldenter 15:10:00 as thetime. Press F3 to savethe event or Escape toexit without saving anychanges made.(DqqÁ Weekly Event ²Select this option toenter a keyboard script,as a Weekly event, to thecurrent schedule ofevents. You will then beprompted to enter an eventname. This is any 15characters to describe thekeyboard script. You mustthen enter the macro filename. This is the filename the keyboard scriptwas saved in. Next youwill enter the time anddays the keyboard scriptis to be run. Enter thetime in the formathh:mm:ss. For example, ifthe script was to be runat 3:10 pm, you wouldenter 15:10:00 as thetime. Then you mustindicate which days of theweek the script is to berun on. Enter Y in thedays the script is to berun. Press F3 to save orEscape to exit withoutsaving.(DqqÁ Monthly Event Select this option toenter a keyboard script,as a Monthly event, to thecurrent schedule ofevents. You will then beprompted to enter anevent name. This is any15 characters to describethe keyboard script. Youmust then enter the macrofile name. This is thefile name the keyboardscript was saved in. Nextyou will enter the timeand days the keyboardscript is to be executed.Enter the time in theformat of hh:mm:ss. Forexample, if the script wasto be run at 3:10 pm, youwould enter 15:10:00 asthe time. Next indicatewhich days of the monththe script is to be run byputting a Y under the day.Press F3 to save or Escapeto exit without saving.(DqqÁ Annual Event µSelect this option toenter a keyboard script,as an Annual event, to thecurrent schedule ofevents. You will then beprompted to enter an eventname. This is any 15characters to describe thekeyboard script. You mustthen enter the macro filename. This is the filename the script was savedin. Next enter the timeand days the keyboardscript will be executed.Enter the time in theformat hh:mm:ss. Forexample, if the script wasto be run at 3:10 pm, youwould enter 15:10:00 asthe time. Next indicatewhich day the script is tobe run by putting a Y inthe corresponding box ofthe days and months thescript is to be run.Press F3 to save andescape to exit withoutsaving.( DqqÁ Edit an Event ÀSelect this option to edita keyboard script in theschedule of events. Youmust highlight the scriptand press enter. Thiswill allow the editingfeatures for each specifictype of script.(
DqqÁ Clear an Event §Select this option toremove a script from theschedule of events. Youmust highlight the scriptand press enter. Thescript will then beremoved from the schedule.2N qqÁ Seconds Delay ¡Select this option toenter a delay betweenkeystrokes. You will beprompted to enter the timeof the delay in seconds.You can have a delay up to255 seconds.2N
qqÁ Minutes Delay ¡Select this option toenter a delay betweenkeystrokes. You will beprompted to enter the timeof the delay in minutes.You can have a delay up to255 minutes.2N
qqÁ Int 19 Boot >Select this option tocause the system to do aInterrupt 19.2N qqÁ Warm Boot 7Select this option toenter a warm boot of thesystem.2N qqÁ Cold Boot 7Select this option toenter a cold boot of thesystem.2NqqÁ Alt-F10 ^Select this option toenter the ALT+F10 sequenceof keystrokes into thedisplayed keystrokes.2 NqqÁ Flush Keyboard >Select this option toflush any keys from thekeyboard input.2
NqqÁ Lock States d aSelect this option totoggle on and off theCaps Lock, Number Lock,Insert key, and ScrollLock.2 NqqÁ Shift States ÃSelect this option togenerate any keystrokecombination of the Leftand Right Shift, Ctrl, andAlt Keys.Highlight each key to beentered into the keystrokeevent and press enter.This will be indicated bya double box.The keystrokes will bestored by an X indicatingeach keystroke to bereplayed. For example, ifthe Left Shift and LeftCtrl keys along with theRight Alt and Right Ctrlkeys were to be saved. Itwould display XXoXXo,indicating the first twokeys, the Left Shift andCtrl keys were pressed.The next key, the Left Altkey was not. Then thenext two keys, the RightAlt and Right Ctrl werepressed and the RightShift was not.To save the desired keycombination, press the F3key.2 NqqÁ Hold States "Select this option toselect hold states forSysRq, Scroll Lock, NumLock, Caps Lock, andInsert.Highlight the desiredkeystrokes to be replayed,and toggle them on and offwith the enter key.The double box indicatesthe keys are selected forplayback. To save thekeystrokes press F3.2
NqqÁ Print Screen FSelect this option toenter a print screen inyour keystroke program. ,
qqÁ Caps Lock On -Select this option to turnthe Caps Lock on.
,qqÁ Caps Lock Off .Select this option to turnthe Caps Lock off. ,qqÁ Num Lock Off ,Select this option to turnthe Num Lock on. ,qqÁ Num Lock Off -Select this option to turnthe Num Lock off.
,qqÁ Insert On f &Select this option to turnInsert on.,qqÁ Insert Off 'Select this option to turnInsert off.,qqÁ Scroll Lock On +Select this option to turnScroll Lock On.,qqÁ Scroll Lock Off ,Select this option to turnScroll Lock off.5NqqÁ PEScheduler ff Select this option toexit to the Scheduler.The scheduler allowsyou to look at keyboardevents that are loadedand waiting to beexecuted.The same program can be executed from DOSby typing:PES Where the filenameis the file containingkeyboard scripts tobe scheduled.5NqqÁ PERecorder ff ÜSelect this option toexit to the Recorder.The recorder allows youto capture keystrokes.These keystrokes maybe edited through theEdit keyboard scriptsoption.This same program canbe run from DOS bytyping: PER1qqÁ
Exit to Painless Event Scheduler?Enter the Keyboard Event Listing you wish to schedule to run.
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Time Delay'Enter the number of seconds to delay.(N qqÁ
Immediate Event~Enter the Event Name you wish to usealong with the keyboard script fileyou want executed. Press F3 to savethe information.&L qqÁ
One Time EventÆEnter the Event Name you wish to usealong with the keyboard script fileyou want executed. You must then specify the date and time you wantthe event to execute. Press F3to save the information.&L qqÁ
Daily EventÅEnter the Event Name you wish to usealong with the keyboard script fileyou want executed. You must then enter the time you want this eventto execute each day. Press F3 tosave the information.&M
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Weekly EventàEnter the Event Name you wish to usealong with the keyboard script fileyou want executed. You must then enter the date and time for the event to execute along with thedays of the week. Press F3 tosave the information.(N
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Monthly EventßEnter the Event Name you wish to usealong with the keyboard script fileyou want executed. You must thenenter the date and time for theevent to execute along with thedays of the month. Press F3 tosave the information.(N
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Annual EventÞEnter the Event Name you wish to usealong with the keyboard script fileyou want executed. You must thenenter the date and time for theevent to execute along with thedays of the year. Press F3 tosave the information.

  3 Responses to “Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : PEP.ZIP
Filename : PEP.HLP

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