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
group. The command set will expand with the incoming of users
requests and the expansion of my vision.
All the commands are listed below,
(Note: Square brackets indicate optional parameters.).
- 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:
- 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:
- runscript ScriptFile
Execute a stored script file in the
context of the active site.
- 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. A tip is that you can go into this
directory and find some downloaded files.
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.
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