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Replacing mydoc.bat with the filename you chose in step 2.

4. Right click on your .bat file and choose properties. In here, click over to the 'program' tab and put a check in the "close on exit" box, this will close the program window when it finishes executing, and will save your user a bit of trouble. Click OK and you will now see a .pif file in the same directory as your .bat.

5. Burn your cd with your projector .exe file, your .bat file and the .pif file in the root directory.

Voila, when you click your button, the .bat program will run and explore the directory.

Now let us look at part two, Batch Files : Opening Text Files using a .bat file.

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