The tutorials in this guide will help you create a number of automations from scratch. Each tutorial offers a step-by-step guide on how to set up an automation for a specific manual process. Follow the tutorials and you'll learn how to organize projects, add and configure activities, and see how StudioX integrates with Excel and Outlook to speed up and simplify automation design. If you get stuck or you want to compare your project with the one in the tutorial, you can download the project for each tutorial, open it, and run it from StudioX.
- Working with UI Automation
Learn how to enter data into and get data from a desktop application, and how to pass data from one activity to another.
- Creating a Pivot Table
Learn how to add an Excel file to an automation and how to create a pivot table.
- Iterating through Rows in a Table
Learn how to repeat a set of activities for each row in an Excel file and how to configure your project to execute certain activities only when a specific condition is met.
- Comparing Excel Files and Emailing Reconciliation Errors
Learn how to reconcile two files and, when data does not match, send an email with details about the errors that were found.
- Filtering Data in Excel
Learn how to filter data in Excel, copy the filtered data to a CSV file, and email the CSV file.
- Formatting Cells
Learn how to format cells in Excel.
- Copying from CSV to Excel and Emailing the File
Learn how to copy the contents of a CSV file to an Excel file and then email the updated file.
- Iterating through Outlook Mails and Saving Attachments
Learn how to add an Outlook account to an automation and how to repeat an activity for each mail in an Outlook folder.
- Saving, Renaming, and Moving Attachments
Learn how to save mail attachments, repeat a set of activities for each file in a folder on your computer, manipulate files, and use the formulas built-in to the Excel Workspace.
- Working with Files and Folders
Learn how to build complex automations to manipulate files and folders, work with conditions, and use the formulas built-in to the Excel Workspace.