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I have written a script file for a reaction rate equation. I wrote it in Wordpad, but it gets saved as a '.txt' file. How do you change this to a '.bas' file? I have used the '.txt' file with success, but REACT forgets that I used that file after saving the REACT simulation (on reopening, it reverts to the built-in rate equation). I've searched both the manuals and the user forum to no avail.

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Hi,

 

WordPad apparently limits you to a few file types when using the "Save as" option. Other editors, such as Notepad or Notepad++, let you choose "All files (*.*)" or "All types (*.*)", respectively, which will let you use the ".bas" extension. At any time, however, you can simply right-click on a ".txt" file in Windows Explorer , choose the "Rename" option, then change the file extension.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Brian Farrell

Aqueous Solutions LLC

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