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Listing 12.6 Get-Spelling script
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if ($args.count -gt 0) { @" Usage for Get-Spelling: Copy some text into the clipboard, then run this script. It will display the Word spellcheck tool that will let you correct the spelling on the text you've selected. When you are done it will put the text back into the clipboard so you can paste it back into the original document. "@ exit 0 }
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$shell = new-object -com wscript.shell $word = new-object -com word.application $word.Visible = $false $doc = $word.Documents.Add() $word.Selection.Paste()
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check dialog if ($word.ActiveDocument.SpellingErrors.Count -gt 0) { $word.ActiveDocument.CheckSpelling() Copy text $word.Visible = $false back $word.Selection.WholeStory() $word.Selection.Copy() $shell.PopUp( "The spell check is complete, " + "the clipboard holds the corrected text." ) } else { [void] $shell.Popup("No Spelling Errors were detected.") }
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user $x = [ref] 0 $word.ActiveDocument.Close($x) $word.Quit()
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Since we re working with only the clipboard, this script takes no arguments, but we ll check $args anyway and write a description of how to use the script to the output stream B. Now we have to create C the objects we re going to use. We want to use the WScript.Shell object from earlier in the chapter to pop up a message box, and, rather obviously, we need to set up the Word automation object for our use. We ll get an instance of that object, make the Word application window itself invisible, and then add a dummy document to hold the text we want to spell-check. Next we copy the contents from the clipboard to the dummy Word document we created D and see whether we need to spell check the text E. If we do, we ll present the spell-check dialog; otherwise, we don t need to do anything. Next, select all of the text and copy it back to clipboard so we can paste it into the original document F. Finally, tell the user we re done and close the application G. With this script, we can add spell-checking capabilities to any application that lets us select and copy text.
AUTHOR S NOTE
Obviously, if Microsoft Word is not your word processor of choice, it should be simple to modify the script to work with any word processor that exports a similar automation model.
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Example: Telling stories with Windows agents In this example, we re going to look at a script that Jeffrey Snover created as a prelude to his talks on PowerShell. It uses the animated agent feature available on Microsoft Windows. The animated agents are cartoon characters that can move and talk, like the infamous clippie. While you may not want a cute animated paperclip calling you a dolt for misspelling disambiguate , animations do have their uses. This script is an effective tool for getting people s attention at the beginning of a presentation. It also shows how PowerShell can be used in application spaces that you might not expect, such as animations and media. (And besides it s fun in a yikes-this-is-a-shell-scriptyou-must-be-kidding kind of way.)
AUTHOR S NOTE
The set of characters that are available on any particular computer may vary. Go to http://www.microsoft.com/msagent/ to find more information about the agent feature.
Listing 12.7 shows the code for this script.
Listing 12.7 The Start-Agent script
param( [DateTime]$StartTime = [datetime]::Now.AddMinutes(10), $SessionTitle="Wizzo PowerShell Session", $Speaker="Bob" )
function function Invoke-Display() { Invoke-MSAgent $Message ` -Character (Get-RandomElement $Characters) ` -Size $CharacterSize ` -MoveToX $Random.Next(500) -MoveToY $Random.Next(500) ` -StartX $Random.Next(500) -StartY $Random.Next(500) Start-Sleep $SleepTime }
function Get-RandomElement($Array) { $Array[ $Random.Next( $Array.Count ) ] }
Invoke-Display
variables $Sleeptime = 20 $CharacterSize = 250 $WiseCracks=( "PowerShell Rocks baby", # This is misspelled but it has to be to sound correct "Hay Hay, My My, the CLI will never die", "Powershell is wicked easy to use", "Scripting to Infinity and beyond!", "Powershell is like, ya know, wicked consistent", ("fish heads, fish heads, rolly polly fish heads" +
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