This might be a fairly simple one, if it has been covered before I apologize-
I’m using a script to install Office 2008 across my company. I’ve written a script that works pretty well, but I just need one easy fix. The first part of my script checks to see if Microsoft Word 2008 exists. If it does, I need my script to stop here, and not progress. Here’s my example-
if exists “Macintosh HD:Applications:Microsoft Office 2008:Microsoft Word.app:” then
do shell script “echo Microsoft Office 2008 is already installed. > $HOME/Desktop/Install\ Complete.txt”
Before the end if, I need to tell the script to stop running. I thought about inputting a ‘quit’, but when I run the script with osascript via command line, I get the message that osascript doesn’t understand the quit message. What’s the best way to make the script stop running if Word 2008 exists?