Please verify your command one piece at a time, starting with you batch file.
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First just have the command to launch Access in the batch file. Only put this in the batch file
'C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOffice11MSACCESS.EXE'
When you launch the batch file, does Access open?
Modify the batch file to open the database.
'C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOffice11MSACCESS.EXE' 'C:DbPathDbName.mdb'
- The final screen of the Wizard summarizes the new task: Figure H. The new task summarized. Click Finish to save the task. The new task now appears in the Task Scheduler Library: Figure I. The new task in the Task Scheduler Library. Now the task action should fire according to the triggers you set for it.
- Sep 15, 2017 Installed on a Microsoft Windows machine is a utility called Windows Task Scheduler. Using the Task Scheduler allows user to create simple automated tasks, such as opening a Microsoft Excel document at a specific time of day.
Have a macro that you’d like to run on all models in a directory while out of the office? Enter the Task Scheduler. Located in the SolidWorks Tools directory in your Start Menu, this program allows you to schedule batch operation tasks like updating the versions of your files, converting your models to DXF, updating custom properties, and so on. Ive been looking at a bunch of examples, but everything that I have tried just gives me errors. Can someone help me with what code to use to make a vbs script to run in windows task scheduler that will. Macro Scheduler's Macro Recorder allows you to record a sequence of events to create a Windows macro. The Macro Recorder will record keystrokes, mouse events and window activations, including window positions and dimensions. This makes it easy to create a macro that can be played back to run the task automatically.
When you launch the batch file now, does Access open the correct database? Can you run the macro?
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Now modify the batch file to open the database and run the macro.
Assuming the name of you macro is MacroName, the line should read as follows with no space between the x and MacroName:
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'C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeMicrosoft Access 2010MSACCESS.EXE' 'C:DbPathDbName.mdb' /xMacroName
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When you launch the batch file now, does Access open the correct database and run the macro?
Finally open the Task Scheduler and schedule it to run your batch file. (Keep in mind that this machine now has to remain logged into the network.)
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Currently I have a task setup which opens my workbook every day at a set time, runs 2 macros in the workbook open procedure and then closes excel.
However as the macros email people, having the code run on the workbook open procedure is not ideal. If the file is opened at any other time these emails will still be sent, which will just confuse people (it also makes it a pain to edit as the procedure closes the workbook.)
Is there a way to use the task scheduler to run specific Macros so I wouldn't have to have them in the workbook open procedure?