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I've done some research but I always get to a tutorial to resize the command prompt window, and I want to resize any other window from the command line.

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Some links. superuser.com/questions/201714/auto-program-resizer & superuser.com/questions/240285/… & superuser.com/questions/79757/… & superuser.com/questions/79757/… to get you started, many of them AHK which can be initiated from the command prompt , and not actual programming, just scripting with AHK. To add more info to your question, Tell of one quick exact example of a program, and the size and location you want it to land? – Psycogeek Mar 29 '12 at 23:55
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One way may be to install AutoHotkey, set up an AHK script for resizing the Window and then launch the script from the command-line.

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