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[quote=Carson] Guenter, you can do both. I would not want to try it right now, because I have not done it for years--but I remember it is easy. Your bath file can contain PAUSE commands. Each pause command can have its own TIME. If the batch file runs past, say, 20 or 50 commands, each one can wait for the user to react. They might wait for just 5 seconds, or for 15. If the user does nothing--if he leaves his computer and makes a cup of coffee--the entire batch file will execute. If 40 commands were set @ 10 seconds each, it would require an extra 6 or 7 minutes, but that would not matter. If the user wanted to watch the batch file progress, he could keep his finger close to the button and make it work faster. Maybe he just wants to watch one or two specific items. It is an excellent system. The nice thing with batch files is that you can put a good ending on them, such as: "Well done, Guenter. You are very clever." ;-)[/quote]
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