Automating SoftMaker Office
BasicMaker automates SoftMaker Office: it lets you write BASIC macros that complete recurring tasks in TextMaker and PlanMaker.
Syntaxwise, BasicMaker is modeled after Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), and its OLE Automation object model is a subset of Microsoft Office's. If you already have experience in macro writing with Microsoft Office, you'll be up to speed with SoftMaker Office macros in no time at all.
Care for a small example?
Print "Name of current document:" Print tm.ActiveDocument.FullName
If this looks familiar to you, you are well on your way to becoming a proficient macro developer for SoftMaker Office. If not, don't worry: A comprehensive help file will introduce you to macro programming with BasicMaker.
If you wish to create scripts for SoftMaker Office in languages other than BASIC, you can! TextMaker and PlanMaker can be scripted in many programming languages, including as Python, Perl, Ruby, C++, and Delphi.
System requirementsSoftMaker Office 2012 for Windows can be used with:
- Microsoft Windows 8
- Microsoft Windows 7
- Microsoft Windows Vista
- Microsoft Windows XP
- Microsoft Windows Server 2012
- Microsoft Windows Server 2008
- Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Memory requirementsThe size of your PC's main memory is irrelevant for SoftMaker Office. If you have enough memory to run Windows, SoftMaker Office will perform flawlessly.
Download the free trial version
The free trial version lets you evaluate SoftMaker Office 2012 for Windows for 30 days.
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