Category: Computers > Software
Asked by: vaac-ga
List Price: $5.00
18 Feb 2004 20:28 PST
Expires: 19 Mar 2004 20:28 PST
Question ID: 308217
I am looking for a macro usable in windows95 working in a similar way that a batch file worked for DOS. I have never used "recorder" of windows 3.1 and do not know how it works. Very often I have identical sequences of keystrokes and/or mouse movements which I would like to combine into one keystroke. If nothing is available for free I would be interested in paid programs
Answered By: majortom-ga on 23 Feb 2004 07:22 PST
Hello, vaac-ga, AceMacro 2.0 is free and supports the features you're asking for; Windows 95 is cited as a compatible operating system. You can find it via the brothersoft software information site: MACRO software index http://www.brothersoft.com/Utilities_Mouse_Keyboard_AceMacro_11559.html A commercial solution that even more specifically addresses your situation -- it is marketed specifically to those who used or heard about Macro Recorder for Windows 3.1 but were disappointed to find it gone in Windows 95 -- is available from Kra-Tronic Corporation's web site: Macro Recorder / Mouse and Key Recorder http://www.kratronic.com/recorder/ This program appears to still be available for $23. A shareware version exists, but the downloadable shareware version is not the older version that supports Windows 95. You can purchase that from them directly according to the page. Google search strategies: freeware "macro recorder" "windows 95" "macro recorder" "windows 95" Thank you for the opportunity to work on this question.
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It is now a month but I had no time to evaluate your answer. I assume it is good. If not I will have to resubmit it when I have more more time.
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