Many Powerful Commands to Build Macros

The General Macro can be as simple as a text paragraph that is inserted to other application when such macro is executed, or it can consist of various commands that implement a sequence of steps to achieve even a complex task. The available commands are organized in logical groups in the right side of the window. There are commands that allow interaction with the user such as commands to build forms for data entry, select files or folders, select a screen area, or just confirm the user choice. There are also commands to work with files, registry, windows, images, clipboard, keyboard, mouse, specific applications (Excel, for example), command line, ODBC, OCR, Zip, and more. And in addition, there are commands and constructs to control the macros flow such as if-else, wait, run, variables, system variables, loops, etc.

The General macro can be executed step-by-step in order to verify the functionality and state of the variables used in the macro. The macro can be also viewed and edited either as a text code with syntax highlighting support or as a sequence of descriptive steps.