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Topic Title: Is Chrome open,If Not Open
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Created On: 06/14/2021 08:21 PM
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 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - Robert Snow - 06/14/2021 08:21 PM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - Todd - 06/14/2021 09:54 PM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - Robert Snow - 06/16/2021 01:00 PM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - Todd - 06/16/2021 11:40 PM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - Lunis Orcutt - 06/15/2021 11:47 AM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - Robert Snow - 06/16/2021 01:08 PM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - R. Wilke - 06/15/2021 12:42 PM  
 Try saying Goggle for . Yikes, less than 20%   - Robert Snow - 06/16/2021 01:15 PM  
 Archie Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - monkey8 - 06/15/2021 01:26 PM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - Todd - 06/16/2021 11:59 PM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - monkey8 - 06/17/2021 04:06 AM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - Todd - 06/19/2021 02:02 AM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - Lunis Orcutt - 06/16/2021 02:57 PM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - Matt_Chambers - 06/16/2021 07:44 PM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - Robert Snow - 06/18/2021 06:26 PM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - lifeisgood - 06/19/2021 03:05 PM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - Matt_Chambers - 06/19/2021 03:34 PM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - Lunis Orcutt - 06/19/2021 06:13 PM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - Matt_Chambers - 06/19/2021 06:16 PM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - Lunis Orcutt - 06/20/2021 12:45 PM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - Robert Snow - 09/21/2021 03:15 PM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - kkkwj - 06/19/2021 07:46 PM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - Matt_Chambers - 06/19/2021 08:08 PM  
 Is Chrome open,If Not Open   - Robert Snow - 06/21/2021 10:54 PM  
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Robert Snow
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Thanks Todd. I did a search on Conct Prod and Dragon brought nothing up. What does the term Const Prod actually meam? I'm tring to get a basic handle on this code. What is the code you are using here?

Bob



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 06/16/2021 11:40 PM
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Originally posted by: Robert Snow What is the code you are using here?

 

Bob

 

Bob, 

 

 

The Const statement is used to declare a constant (for example, PROG, short for program) in place of a literal value. I used it in my code for clarity; it is not required.  The program could be written as:

 

 

Sub Main

AppBringUp("explore.exe", "https://www.knowbrainer.com/PubForum")

End Sub 

 

 

AppBringUp is easy to use for your specific need. As documented in Dragon help, AppBringUp “starts the specified application, or reactivates it if it is already running.”

 

 

I like this method as it launches the default browser, not just Chrome.



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