This window or similar is used in several places throughout the program, such as selecting a program specific scope, using the Terminate Process command, the Program Launch command and others that require selecting a program.
There are three methods for selecting a program. Each are described below.
Choose from programs that are listed in the Windows Start Menu. Choose from the drop down menu to find a program in the User Start Menu or the Shared Start Menu. Highlight the program to insert in the Executable Path field.
Click on the Running Processes tab to view a list of all programs currently running on the computer. Highlight the program to insert in the Executable Path field.
Click on the Browse button to open a window similar to My Computer. Navigate to find the program on the computer and select.
This program must have a window on top
This option requires that a window of the program selected be on top in order for the macro to continue. Otherwise the macro will complete it's task whether the program window is on top or not. This option is available when selecting a Scope.