AutoHotkey - The second is Control Alt N and it launches a...

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; IMPORTANT INFO ABOUT GETTING STARTED: Lines that start with a ; semicolon, such as this one, are comments. They are not executed. ; This script has a special filename and path because it is automatically ; launched when you run the program directly. Also, any text file whose ; name ends in .ahk is associated with the program, which means that it ; can be launched simply by double-clicking it. You can have as many .ahk ; files as you want, located in any folder. You can also run more than ; one ahk file simultaneously and each will get its own tray icon. ; SAMPLE HOTKEYS: Below are two sample hotkeys. The first is Win+Z and it ; launches a web site in the default browser.
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Unformatted text preview: The second is Control+Alt+N ; and it launches a new Notepad window (or activates an existing one). To ; try out these hotkeys, run AutoHotkey again, which will load this file. #z::Run ^!n:: IfWinExist Untitled - Notepad WinActivate else Run Notepad return ; Note: From now on whenever you run AutoHotkey directly, this script ; will be loaded. So feel free to customize it to suit your needs. ; Please read the QUICK-START TUTORIAL near the top of the help file. ; It explains how to perform common automation tasks such as sending ; keystrokes and mouse clicks. It also explains more about hotkeys....
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2012 for the course MATH 111 taught by Professor Durg during the Spring '11 term at Alcorn State.

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