Archives for September 2005

X-Ray Magazine Scripting Quark Article > Scripting Text (Part 2)

Vol. 3, Num. 5 - Scripting Text (Part 2).

In my last article, I began a discussion about interacting with text in QuarkXPress documents with the use of AppleScript. Much of what you will do with AppleScript and QuarkXPress will involve working with text. This is obviously a fairly complex topic, and it can’t possibly be covered in a single article. Therefore, for this issue, I would like to expand on the previous article and explore text interaction in greater detail. [Read more at X-Ray Magazine online...]

MacTech AppleScript Essentials Column > Introduction to Scripting Mail

September, 2005 - Introduction to Scripting Mail.

Email automation is usually popular among AppleScript developers using Mac OS X. By writing scripts to perform email-related processes, developers can automate processes such as sending batches of recipient-customized messages, archiving emails in text format or in a database, emailing status reports to administrators, and much more.

In this month's article, we will discuss using AppleScript to automate aspects of the Mail application, which comes pre-installed with OS X. If you don't use the Mail application, then you may want to explore some of the many other scriptable email clients and tools that are available for the Mac. Some of these will be mentioned later in this article. [Read more at]

Press Release > Mactech Magazine Applescript Article Announced – 9/1/05

Current Issue of MacTech Magazine Features Article Written by Benjamin S. Waldie, President of Automated Workflows, LLC

Phoenixville, Pennsylvania - September 1st, 2005 - This month's MacTech Magazine, the September 2005 issue, features an article that provides an introduction to scripting Mail in Mac OS X. This article was written by AppleScript Essentials columnist, Benjamin S. Waldie, president of Automated Workflows, LLC.
AppleScript is a scripting language, built into Mac OS X, which allows users to write scripts in order to automate time consuming and repetitive tasks.
Benjamin S. Waldie is president and CEO of Automated Workflows, LLC, a firm specializing in AppleScript and workflow automation consulting. For years, Benjamin has developed professional AppleScript-based solutions for businesses across the globe, including Adobe Systems, Apple Computer, NASA, and TV Guide Magazine.
For additional information, visit Automated Workflows, LLC's website.

Press Contact:

Ben Waldie
Automated Workflows, LLC
116 Cold Stream Road
Phoenixville, PA 19460

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