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I would like to create a file on notepad of a bunch of cisco commands that need to run one after the other in order. What format must it be in in-order to run all the commands in putty from the notepad document.
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The same order as if you typed them in manually :) with a character return (new line) after each one.


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Pasting is done using the right button (or the middle mouse button, if you have a three-button mouse and have set it up; see section 4.11.2). (Pressing Shift-Ins, or selecting ‘Paste’ from the Ctrl+right-click context menu, have the same effect.) When you click the right mouse button, PuTTY will read whatever is in the Windows clipboard and paste it into your session, exactly as if it had been typed at the keyboard. (Therefore, be careful of pasting formatted text into an editor that does automatic indenting; you may find that the spaces pasted from the clipboard plus the spaces added by the editor add up to too many spaces and ruin the formatting. There is nothing PuTTY can do about this.)

http://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/0.60/htmldoc/Chapter3.html
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What is the character return. Once I have completed the appropriate command list do I just copy and paste or how do I load the commands onto the router.
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>>What is the character return.

What happens when you press this http://www.bikecad.ca/faqFiles/enter_key.jpg

open a console/telnet or ssh connection to the device, the following is for firewalls but the process is the same;
Connecting to and Managing Cisco Firewalls
Then simply paste the commands in from notepad :)
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Beware if it is a lot of commands, and you are using the console instead of SSH or Telenet it COULD miss some lines.  Always validate the commands are there after you are done.
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