A batch file, also known as a BAT file, is a file that launches things. You can make a message box with your own personalized text. It’s great for pranks! This post will tell you how to make one.
Step 1. open notepad and type this:
If you want to make it so that when you click OK another message comes up, just hit ENTER and type:
The end result will be somthing like this:
step 2. Add your text after the msg* and save the file as whateveryouwant.bat. Step 3. Open the file by double clicking and a message window should come up. It will look somthing like this but with your own text and user:
I really need to update my blog! Every time I make an invention it breaks before I can post it.
Anyways, I’m collecting pop cans so if you have any just contact me by the comments or by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, soon I will be adding a computer tips section so stay tuned!
Ok, this invention did not work. I think that the motor is too slow. It has five gears in it. Another reason why it doesn’t work could be that the motor is too weak. I might need to change the batteries.
Sorry for the long absence, but Erik is back with another invention. This time it’s a machine that shoots a golf ball… enjoy!
This is my gum-ball machine. It has a tube for the gum-balls to come out of. I made it all by myself – and the gum-balls are free! My little brother William and little sister Sarah like it too…
Well this is what I thought would happen, no new inventions yet. It’s not that Erik hasn’t been inventing, it’s just that some inventions have gotten broken, or they aren’t blog worthy or he’s waiting on me for a item, like the gum-balls he wants for his gum-ball dispenser. He did make a phone/instrument of destruction, but after I explained that wasn’t blog appropriate, we decided not to post that.
But here is a copy of what Erik had posted all over the house last night. I haven’t tried to call the number yet, I need to find a working tin-can telephone first… but I’m happy that he wants to solve my problems, apparently just not while he’s at school.
Erik is always making something, and when he asked to do a blog we agreed so he can share his ‘inventions’ with everyone!