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Windows 7: Handle Aero-Snap from batch file?

25 Mar 2010   #1
mattb243

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Handle Aero-Snap from batch file?

Is there any way to have a batch file that opens apps and organizes the windows on the screen automatically? Maybe this is best handled using some other kind of script, or how would I go about making that happen? It would be nice if we could just issue simple commands to make that happen. Thanks!


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25 Mar 2010   #2
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