The initial window you run will be hidden, but if your batch file calls other batch files they will be shown. You can easily run a vbscript to in turn call the batch files (but hiding the window), or you can use any other method available. I know a lot of people on here like AutoIT.
Since I know a little vbscript, here's an example of what your script would look like:
' Test.vbs - This will run test1.bat and test2.bat, with no window
Set objshell = CreateObject("wscript.shell")
Let me know if that helps.
The 0 on the objShell.run lines means to hide the window. True means to wait until it is finished to continue with the next command.
Thanks for your help. It did help. I will try to accomodate the additional batch files using VB script or AutoIT..
Glad to hear it helped. [-8