The standard Windows main menu to trigger all the functions and options.
The tool bar with icons of the most used functions and
optionally the external user-defined tools for the fast access.
The tool bar can be hidden; use the sub-menu View in the
Command Line Parameters
The parameters that are handed over to the script engine
when a project or script execution is started. However, the
parameters cannot be handed over when the script is executed with
Microsoft Script Control.
The combo box enables an easy change of the current
It is the list of all projects and script files
that are located in the folder as defined by the current
Workspace. Double-click the file name to open it in the
It is the list of keywords (reserved words) of
the scripting language, as well as constants, intrinsic
objects, and similar. Double-click to insert the element
into the script in the editor.
The tree control lists objects as defined by the current
Workspace. It contains names of the objects as well as
their methods and properties. Double-click a name of a
method or property to insert it into the script.
The tree control lists methods and properties of
WScript object. Double-click a name to insert it into the
(WScript object is
available only when the script is executed by Windows
Quick Help Links
The context-sensitive list of direct links to Microsoft
help file for scripting (script56.chm). It is possible to add
another help file by editing the file ScriptEditor.xml.
Project or Script in
Either a project or a script. The project is displayed as a tree
When a script is running and a problem occurs Editor
stops the script execution and shows the description of
the error. In case the script is executed by the
Microsoft Script Control, the red line with the problem
description appears here. Click the red line to position
the cursor at the point of the problem in the script.
When the function Find in Files is used, usually
more occurences are found at a time. Therefore the result
appears here in this list. Click the line in the list to
open the file, if necessary, and locate the occurence in
Displays list of project errors when the feature
Check Project is used. Click
the line in the list to locate the problem in the project
Displays list of currently running projects
(*.wsf) and scripts. Double-click the line to terminate
(kill) the process.