Need Help with Powershell script

Greeting Experts,
      I need some help setting up a script to run 5 exactable.exe programs back to back in order (I.e. program1.exe, program2.exe, program3.exe, program4.exe, and program.exe). I need the script to run in the background without any user interaction…. Can somebody create a quick script that can do the following….
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
start-process -Wait -FilePath PROCESS1.EXE -WindowStyle Hidden
start-process -Wait -FilePath Process2.EXE -WindowStyle Hidden
start-process -Wait -FilePath Process3.EXE -WindowStyle Hidden
start-process -Wait -FilePath Process4.EXE -WindowStyle Hidden

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MikeSecurityAuthor Commented:
Works Perfect...... Thanks for the help David........  :)
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