WinSCP.com Script file saving

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WinSCP.com Script file saving

I am new to WinSCP. Using 5.9.2(Build 6958), Windows Server 2003 R2, Enterprise Edition.
I am trying to use WinSCP to run some automated file transfers that I am currently doing
with an FTP tool I wrote myself. So far, I'm very very happy.

Yeah, you saw the 'but' coming....

Since I am learning new things, I am trying to follow the tutorial I found (https://winscp.net/eng/docs/scripting).
I am using the .com version to run my commands and test out the script one line at a time. If I read the
documentation correctly, that was one of the reasons the .com version was created. And it seems to do a great
job.

The problem I face is that, in the example, it says to save the example script to the file: example.txt. How does one do that?
I'm in WinSCP.com. I don't see a menu that has a save option on it. I can't seem to find a button to click on. I've
tried 'save' and 'quit'. 'Exit' closes the program but doesn't give a option of saving the script to a file.

So how do I save a script I am building in WinSCP.com?

Thank you for your help.

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Re: WinSCP.com Script file saving

Write/create the script file in your favorite text editor. If you do not have one, use build-in Windows Notepad.

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