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Intro to AutoHotkey / Windows Desktop Automation

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Product is rated as #4 in category Desktop Apps

In this course we learn about Desktop Automation & Robotics Process Automation (RPA).  We take our first steps learning how to program in AutoHotkey.  This course is for non–programmers that want to learn how to use this free (open source) tool!

Robotics Process Automation is a BOOMING field.  Most other tools cost $10,000 plus per licence while AutoHotkey is free!

This course covers the basics and is designed for non–programmers wanting to automate the mundane!

Instructor Details

I have an undergraduate degree in Marketing and a Masters in Market Research from University of Georgia. I spent 20 performing multivariate statistics with SPSS and another 10 years in Internet marketing. r r Over the years I always tried to work smarter, not harder. I've found great ways to save time and be able to focus on what matters instead of the mundane. r r r r r r r r r r I should also note that I'm not a programmer and do my best to explain concepts in laymen's terms. One of the best joys I get from life is helping people save time & automate their jobs.

Specification: Intro to AutoHotkey / Windows Desktop Automation

Duration

5 hours

Year

2019

Level

Beginner

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

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  1. Amin Mohammed

    It was value for every penny. I am glad I stumbled on this tutorial that allowed me to have very structured training that otherwise would have been me in a no man’s land trying to connect dots having no clue. So yeah, thanks to Joe for being such a good instructor and I wish him best for future tutorials.Cheers.

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  2. Inge Thorin Eids ther

    Error in question 5 of the Section 9 Quiz: The correct answer triggers ‘Incorrect answer’ with a similar message header, while the message body says the answer is correct. Oh, well. Also, the lecturer sometimes mumbles ever so slightly, makings certain words hard to distinguish. Otherwise, a solid introduction to the topic!

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  3. Raza Vakil

    Absolutely. I was looking for a high quality course on AHK since months and I finally found it.

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  4. Tarik A.

    It was fine, I was looking for more advanced stuff. I don’t have that much time, so it was really frustrating that the instructor hadn’t planned out his videos completely. This really inflated the watch time.

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  5. Mike Gage

    I am learning a lot. I like that you left in the mistakes you are making because is shows us more troubleshooting steps/options that I can go through to solve my own issues that i know I will run into. Thank you for being so genuine and organized.

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  6. het galia

    Overall was a good experience learning autohotkey

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  7. Maciej S ojewski

    It’s hard to find any courses dedicated to open source jevel which is AHK. Definitely the task isn’t easy: to show a whole universe of AHK in well structured way, not too fast, in small chunks of information. I’m not a beginner, but was really curious how someone who is experienced present this kinf of material. This is well done according to my experience. What I missed: a. more words about help delivered within AHK itself, including showcases: carfully chosen exaples of working scripts, help searching, b. not enough words about AHK itself, how it really works, I mean where it is located in operating system universe, more about AHK source code, more about its future perspectives (e.g. new generation of AHK), c. are there any excerscise books / manual books about AHK? d. I’m looking forward to intermediate level, this time hoping for the whole set of intermediate courses, e.g. dedicated to GUIs. Anyway, effort of author is greatly appreciated. Noone other did a whole, live tutorial about AHK before. For me the greatest value of this course is onscreen presentation what’s going on, learning on a subject. Thank you.

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  8. Alonso A Vidal

    I have been needing this!

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  9. Poornima P

    Good

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  10. Tim OBrien

    Joe, Loved the course. I want to learn more so I hope you’ll get more courses out this spring. Is there any way to access some of your library functions? I went looking for the Notify you used in the course by highlighting it then pressing F1 and then realized that it was a Joe built function (that’s how I have it noted in my notes). Thanks and keep up your great work! Tim

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  11. Alexander W. Ketchum

    I think it’s a little fast. Yes AHK is pretty simple, but the demonstrations are so quick I keep having to pause the videos just to make sure I’m doing my scripts correctly when I follow along.

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