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Changing Title Bar from a batch program

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How can a batch program change the title bar of the CMD window it opens up?

(I know this isn't exactly a Windows 2000 question but there's no "batch programming" channel here.)

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Steve
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Steve,

I am sure you know the basics of batch file writing.
Use TITLE command

http://www.ss64.com/nt/title.html

SR
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It couldn't get much simpler than that. Thanks a million.  That's exactly what I was looking for.

Steve
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By the way, could you point me to the documentation that includes this command?

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Steve
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I am sure there would be many docs on this one but I would just do a google search on "TITLE command " and it would give details
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