The Windows Task Scheduler can be used to execute macros saved by Macro Recorder.
To create a new task in Task Scheduler:
- Save the macro as a Macro Recorder *.mrf file.
- Copy the file path incl. File name to the clipboard (Windows: Right-click the macro file and select "Copy as path").
- Open Windows Task Scheduler.
- In Task Scheduler, click " ".
- Give the new task a meaningful name.
- Configure the execution schedule as needed.
- Select " ".
- Enter the path to Macro Recorder executable (default: "C:\Program Files (x86)\MacroRecorder\MacroRecorder.exe").
- Under "
" enter the command-line parameter -play="c:/path/yourmacro.mrf" (replace with the actual macro file path):
After completing the wizard with "", Windows Task Scheduler will create a new task and execute the macro as configured.
If Macro Recorder is executed in intercals, consider adding the command line parameter -close which unloads Macro Recorder after each macro execution.