Task Scheduler - Always on Top

  CLONNEN 09:55 01 Sep 07

I am trying to use Windows Task Scheduler to automatically open a Word document at a specific time.

It seems to work as long as I don't happen to be using Internet Explorer in Full Screen (F11) mode. The Word document appears underneath and I don't see it until after I have closed IE or gone back to windowed mode.

Is there any way of getting the Word document to appear in front of IE other than switching off F11 to go back to windowed mode.

Or do I need a different scheduling program?

  brundle 14:13 01 Sep 07

Set this to run a minute or two after the first task;
click here

Add the Word window using the Autopins options

  CLONNEN 05:41 03 Sep 07

Solved this problem.

Wrote a .bat file to run the Word document with a Maximised command in it and Bingo it appears on top of IE's fullscreen mode.

BAT file contains :


Just write this command into Notepad, Save it, and then change the .txt extension to .bat, place the BAT file in the same directory as the Word document - then set Windows Task Scheduler to run the BAT file at the scheduled time.

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