Add notes to multple AD groups

Hi EE..

I want to add a note to a set of groups but .. first is below correct ? and how would I add two notes , in separate lines ?
So for instance .. I want it to appear as below in the Group notes .

Approver: Person1
Approver: Person2


GC C:\Powershell\groups.txt | % {
$info = "Approver: Person1"
Set-ADGroup $_ -replace @{info=$info}
}
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footechCommented:
Haven't tested, but probably like this.
GC C:\Powershell\groups.txt | % {
$info = "Approver: Person1`nApprover: Person2"
Set-ADGroup $_ -replace @{info=$info}
} 

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Let me know if it doesn't work.
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MilesLoganAuthor Commented:
Hi Subsun ..

It does add the note but on one line .. not on two separate lines like I would like it to .

Approver: Person1
Approver: Person2
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footechCommented:
It's footech.  :)
I tested a minor change which works.
GC C:\Powershell\groups.txt | % {
$info = "Approver: Person1`r`nApprover: Person2"
Set-ADGroup $_ -replace @{info=$info}
}

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MilesLoganAuthor Commented:
My bad footech ..your awesome !
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MilesLoganAuthor Commented:
Perfect .. thanks footech !
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