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Hello people! im new here and i have taking a look @ Autoit.

I want to make my first script but ill need some help. Ill try to start with a piece of it and will try to expand it.

This is the Case: I have 2 files. I want them copied and a part of them renamed. They have both another extention. I want to have 1 input field that is copies the right name on the right place.

For example:

Test.txt

Test.bin

If i put in a input field 123 it needs to copy the origional file into 2 new files with the name Test123.txt and test123.bin.

The second step is to put the complete file name in a line in the txt file. Becouse the 2 files are linked internally.

If someone can kick me in the right direction i really would appreciate it! I have alot more wiches for this script but will try this if i have made the basic with the help of you.

Thanks!

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Review the help file and run the simple tutorials you find there. Check out the functions you are interested in with more detail and try the example scripts for those functions, i.e. InputBox() and FileCopy().

Welcome to AutoIt.

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Thanks i already making some progress and like it verry much!

I hope i can ask some small specific questions when needed. Im sorry if my start post was not a good way of starting.

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If you get stuck, just open a new topic with a specific question. Post a short example of the code you are having trouble with and you'll get lots of help.

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Valuater's AutoIt 1-2-3, Class... Is now in Session!For those who want somebody to write the script for them: RentACoder"Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced." -- Geek's corollary to Clarke's law

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