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Write a text file with powershell

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I am looking for a way to write/overwrite a text file using powershell.  I have been using a .bat file to do this, but am wanting to get a quick intro to powershell.  I have no experience with powershell.  I have a text file at the following location: C:\REP_Reports\InTouch\Mode\Mode.txt

This text file sets the operating mode for a macro-enabled excel workbook.  The value in the text file will be a 1,2 or 9.

When the script executes, I want it to overwrite the existing file with the value 1.
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