|Yahoo! Thank you, Thank you, Thank you Holla, sorry it took me so long to reply. I definitely appreciate the response but I just saw it. This script works great!! Can I bother you to find out what some of it means? I have been reading the online tutorials but I can't figure out what some of your code is doing... :( What is does this chunk mean? |
And why are the pieces of the code on different lines? Is that just word wrapping? I tried moving everything to one line but the script broke when I tried that so I quickly put it back to how you had it. :)
The other part I don't understand is basically the rest of the script. :( What does this part mean?
>>%%a.# type %%a
move/y %%a.# %%a
Thanks again. It works, but I can't figure out why? I tried lots of mutations of the TYPE and copy commands for this but they all failed. Take a look at my experiments...
@TYPE <<"C:\TEST\Please prepare for the following.txt">>New.txt
@COPY "C:\TEST\Please prepare for the following.txt"+BlankLine.txt+C:\TEST\Insert\*.txt C:\TEST\*.txt
The document named "Please prepare for the following.txt had one line of text that said "Please prepare for the following" and I was trying to join this documetn with another document that had a single carriage return in it... but it all failed miserably after loads of trials. :( I will be greatful for any enlightenment on these things. Thanks again for the great script. :)