Archives for May 2007

MacScripter AppleScript Studio Article > Getting Started Using Tab Views in AppleScript Studio

Getting Started Using Tab Views in AppleScript Studio.

Creating AppleScript Studio applications complete with interfaces is a great way to make your scripts user friendly, and allow users to specify information that affects how your script will behave.  However, when lots of options are necessary, an interface can quickly become cumbersome.  This is where tab views can become very handy.  A tab view can allow you to organize your interface elements into structured groups of common elements, which can be navigated by a user selecting the appropriate tab. [Read more at MacScripter...]

MacTech AppleScript Essentials Column > Introduction to Scripting Microsoft Entourage

May, 2007 - Introduction to Scripting Microsoft Entourage.

For some time now, we have been discussing scripting the Microsoft Office applications, partially in preparation for the forthcoming release of Office 2008, in which Microsoft has announced that Visual Basic macros will no longer be supported. So far, we have explored the AppleScript support in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, three applications that currently (in Office 2004) include Visual Basic macro support. This month, we are going to discuss the fourth major Office application, Entourage, a popular email and project management client. [Read more at]

Press Release > Mactech Magazine Applescript Article Announced – 5/1/07

Current Issue of MacTech Magazine Features Article Written by Ben Waldie, President of Automated Workflows, LLC

Phoenixville, Pennsylvania - May 1st, 2007 - This month's MacTech Magazine, the May 2007 issue, features an article that provides an introduction to scripting Microsoft Entourage. This article was written by AppleScript Essentials columnist, Ben 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.
Ben Waldie is president and CEO of Automated Workflows, LLC, a firm specializing in AppleScript and workflow automation consulting. For years, Ben 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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