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Having trouble running other .au3 scripts via AutoIt

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Noob question: 

I'm having trouble while running this script:

$exitCode = RunWait("C:\Users\123ABC\Desktop\Test_Part_1.au3")
$exitCode2 = RunWait("C:\Users\123ABC\Desktop\Test_Part_1.au3")

Running scripts part 1 & 2 run as they should by themselves (directly). But the script above which I plan on having multiple scripts execute in different parts doesn't execute anything at all. 


Both variables hold 0 for exitCode. What am I doing wrong? 

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You can't run a script that way, you'd have to use ShellExecute (if you installed AutoIt on that computer) or run the AutoIt executable and have IT run the script. AU3 scripts are not executable by themself.

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