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Open start menu using command line

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sunny76    0

do any one know how to open the start menu using command line (ie., from run or cmd)

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aussiefloyd_fan    6

i got a quicker way... just press the start key open cmd and type start.exe

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kimsland    2

Copy into notepad:

set wShell=wscript.createobject("wscript.shell")

wShell.sendkeys "^{ESC}"

Set WshShell = Nothing

Save as: (all files) start.vbs

By the way what's the script line that blocks (hides) the CMD window opening?

And another question :) When you create a new user (in XP anyway) the Start Menu automatically opens, what's MS using to open this? Where's the shortcut for that.

Oh I've basically got into this question a bit, hope that's ok :)

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sunny76    0
Copy into notepad:

Save as: (all files) start.vbs

By the way what's the script line that blocks (hides) the CMD window opening?

And another question :) When you create a new user (in XP anyway) the Start Menu automatically opens, what's MS using to open this? Where's the shortcut for that.

Oh I've basically got into this question a bit, hope that's ok :)

thanks a lot...it works..

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