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I need to automate a refresh of an .htm page I have posted on our internal domain. Is there a short script to place in scheduled tasks to accopmplish a refresh?

dont really know what zone to post this question to.

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Why do it through a scheduled task when you can do it directy in the webpage?

Just add: <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0" />

and change the ="0" to the amount of seconds you wish to refresh the webpage.

Please the meta tag between your <head> and </head> tags.

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Maybe I can rephrase this.

I have an excel spreadsheet that will autopublish to an html page everytime it is saved. I need to either schedule a task or have a script to refresh that page on a separate monitor.

Easy as you can instruction wise.
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