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Four commands that make it easy to open to a specific frameset.

In regards to the tip, Opening a database to a specific frameset, there is a much simpler way to do this:

@Command ([FileOpenDatabase]; 
"yourServerName" : "yourDbName"; ""; 
""; "");
@Command([OpenFrameset]; 
"Specific Target FrameSet");
@Command([OpenFrameset];
 "Default FrameSet");
@Command([CloseWindow])

The first command opens the database to the default frameset. The second command opens the specific target frameset that you want to open to (now you have two framesets open, the default and target). The third command moves your focus back to the default frameset. And the fourth command closes the default frameset window. Now you are left with the specific target frameset to which you want to open.

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