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Topic # 32076 11-Apr-2009 03:17
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Hi, I am a beginner in command line but is there a way to show options in a window through command prompt? I want to add a bluetooth device or remove it through command line.
I know how to open the bluetooth window:

bthprops.cpl

But is there a way to list the options in that would appear in that window in the cmd? (for example in linux you can add "--help" and it would list you propositions) Like "add wireless device" or "remove bluetooth device".
Thanks

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  Reply # 206415 11-Apr-2009 08:05
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more is to put a /? after a space of a question

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  Reply # 206459 11-Apr-2009 14:31
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zocster: more is to put a /? after a space of a question

freitasm: I doubt the .cpl accepts any arguments in the command line though.

Yes, I tried:
bthprops.cpl /?
but it just open the bluetooth window...

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