1. KeyMACRO can be used in cross platform application like.Net, Java, etc..
￭ KeyMACRO is a collection of objects whose functionality is available to the user in the form of a set of keywords.
￭ These keywords are placed into context of the application so that the user gets an easy way of working with KeyMACRO.
2. KeyMACRO is also a collection of methods that are invoked by the KeyMACRO objects.
￭ When a KeyMACRO object is called, it returns the exact value that is in its private data structure, and if that value is not available, it invokes one of the methods that is associated with it.
￭ When a method is called, it returns the value associated with that method, or does some other operation with that value.
For example, the operation of a KeyMACRO is:
￭ add, find, check, remove, getvalue, storevalue, delete,…
￭ The above description indicates how the KeyMACRO class can be used.
A user can call the KeyMACRO object and either get a value back or perform an operation on a value.
An example would be:
1. The user passes a KeyMACRO object to the constructor, and indicates that it wants to add a value to it.
2. The KeyMACRO object calls the add() method, passing it a value, and stores the value in the KeyMACRO.
3. The user passes another KeyMACRO object, and indicates that it wants to remove the value from the KeyMACRO.
4. The KeyMACRO object calls the delete() method, passing it the value, and removes it from the KeyMACRO.
5. The user indicates that it wants to check if the KeyMACRO contains any values, and passes it a KeyMACRO object.
6. The KeyMACRO object calls the getvalue() method, passing it the name of the value to be retrieved, and returns the value associated with that name.
7. The user then checks whether the value returned by the KeyMACRO is greater than, equal to, or less than the value to be added.
8. The user then passes a KeyMACRO object to the constructor, passing it the name of a value to be added, and indicates that it wants to remove that value from the KeyMACRO.
9. The KeyMACRO object 384a16bd22
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This Macro is a workaround for the problem that is caused by the fact that external mail (i.e. mail from another account) is not viewed when outlook is open on the system where it was sent from. This version works in IE and Outlook.
The aim of this Macro is to allow the user to select the location where external mail is to be saved from within a sent message in an e-mail sent from within Outlook. Once the e-mail message has been sent, a pop-up box will appear which allows the user to select where they wish to save the received e-mail.
The macro is very simple and should be of great help to anyone with a computer and e-mail account who frequently receives e-mails. The macro can also be used to find the path to the location of the e-mail.
The macro is packed with options including a number of languages including German, Swedish, Russian, Italian, Finnish, Danish and Norwegian.
The macro is also able to read the sender of the e-mail and automatically correct the formating that may have been applied to the e-mail.
To activate the macro:
1. Open Notepad
2. Paste the code below into the Notepad window:
“c:” is the default location of the receiving e-mail,
“r:” is the default location of the current document,
“t:” is the default path to the default program for sending e-mail.
3. Save the file as “ReadExternalMail.vbs”.
4. Close Notepad
5. Open IE. (If you’re using a different browser you can use the same steps as above but instead of opening IE use your browser. Alternatively use your default browser).
6. In the Address Bar enter the following: “URL:C:\ReadExternalMail.vbs”
7. Press Enter.
8. Press the OK button.
9. (Optional step) You can also choose to download the files and save them to a different location.
* Windows XP and Vista users need to add the VBScript file to the IE scripts folder. If you cannot find this folder open the “Start” button, click on “Control Panel” and click on “Programs” – click on “Icons” (or your operating system equivalent), then click on “Programs” and then click