Automating the world one-liner at a time…
What to learn about Windows PowerShell without installing it? Download our Windows PowerShell 1.0 Documentation Pack
I think you'll be pleasantly surprised at how good/useful this documentation (as well as our help) is.
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The quadfold won't print to my A4 printer. I tried printing it to PDF but part of the third column disappeared.
I had to copy the contents into a new Word document in order to print it.
You reference a 32-page introduction (GettingStarted.rtf) and then a "Powershell User Guide" (userguide.rtf) and then don't share them. The link at the top for the document pack gives an error. Fix the page please.
I've searched on 5 different pages for "powershell commands." Why is something so very elementary made so frustratingly difficult Microsoft??? Very poor attention to details. Just hyperlink the gettingstarted.rtf and userguide.rtf and be done with it. Good grief.
Link to documentation can not be found:
Page is not helpful and should be removed.