Built-in commands can be used to carry out pre-defined
operations. You can directly type a built-in command in the address
bar. You can also use a built-in command as an entry in a site
All the commands are listed below,
- openform FormName
Open a saved form file with the given form name. If the form sits
in a subfolder, write the form name in such a format:
foldername1\foldername2\formname. If the form file is located within the
forms folder, you only need specify the relative path to the forms folder.
If the form file is located outside the forms folder, you need specify its
full absolute path. The file extension .sbfm is not needed.
- opengroup GroupName
Open a predefined group with the supplied group name. If the group
sits in a subfolder, write the group name in such a format:
foldername1\foldername2\groupname. If the group file is located within the
groups folder, you only need specify the relative path to the groups folder.
If the group file is located outside the groups folder, you need specify its
full absolute path. The file extension .sgp is not needed.
- runscript ScriptFile
Execute a stored script file in the
context of the active site. The ScriptFile argument should be the full
path of a script file.
- Shell folders accessible by commands
Shell folder means actual
file system folder or virtual folder accessible in Windows Explorer. All shell folders accessible by built-in commands are
listed below. You can type the full name on the left or the abbreviation on
the right in the address bar.
- my computer | mycom
- control panel | ctrl
- my documents | my doc
- recent documents | recdoc
- my profile | myprof
- network neighborhood | nethood
Internet cache directory.
Internet cookie directory.
- start menu | smenu
Start menu visible to the current user.
- common start menu | csmenu
The start menu visible all the users.
Startup program group visible to the current user.
- common startup | cstartup
Startup program group visible to all users.
- recycle bin | recbin
- my pictures | mypic
You can put a series of commands in a command file
for batch execution.