Opening image file with Picture Manager from command line
$Picture_Mngr_exe_file = "\"C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft Office\\Office12\\OIS.EXE\"";
After that if I am trying to open Picture Manager within the Perl Script, the first version of $system_command does not work, but the second version does not.
# $system_command = "$Picture_Mngr_exe_file $BMP_plotfile_list";
$system_command = "$Picture_Mngr_exe_file";
print "System command: ==>|$system_command|<==\n";
system "($system_command) &";
Can anyone please help? Thanks.
Re: Opening image file with Picture Manager from command line
You can do that by configuring a FollowHyperlink. I am sure you would be able to understand what I am trying to tell. Or another thing you can try is shell. That will also allow you to specify the program that you want to open with a respective command. Another thing you can do is configure Picture Manager as the default application to open image files. You can use the following command then : Application.FollowHyperlink "full path\01.JPG"
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