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powershell define starting point of script

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I am fairly new to this but I am writing a script in PS, I have written all my functions (below eg) but how do I tell powershell to start with the 'menu' function which then links into all the other functions....

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Function CreateFinanceUser
{
a load of commands specific to finance users
}

Function CreateAdminUser
{
a load of commands specific to admin users
}

Function Menu
{
a menu with choice to either create a finance or admin user
}
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Just call the function:
Function CreateFinanceUser
{
# a load of commands specific to finance users
}

Function CreateAdminUser
{
# a load of commands specific to admin users
}

Function Menu
{
# a menu with choice to either create a finance or admin user
}

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