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The Process Designer

Once you have named a Process in the WinAutomation Console, this is where you actually create it. Processes are created by linking together Actions and setting Variables so the Actions can interact. By setting the order of actions and writing Variables to carry information from one step to the next, you can create a very complex path of Actions to automate most tasks you regularly do on your computer.

There are four areas of the Process Designer:

1. the Actions Pane,

2. the Workspace,

3. the Functions pane,

4. the Variables pane,

5. the Control Repository Pane,

6. the Images Repository Pane

7. the Errors and

8. the Find Usages pane