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Includes the contents of one configuration block within another. You can use this command only in your CONFIG.SYS file. The INCLUDE command is one of six special CONFIG.SYS commands used for defining multiple configurations within a single CONFIG.SYS file. With multiple configurations, you define a menu that appears when your computer starts. Each menu item corresponds to a block of commands, or "configuration block," in your CONFIG.SYS file. For more information about multiple configurations and configuration blocks, see the chapter "Configuring Your System" in the MS-DOS User's Guide. Syntax INCLUDE=blockname Parameter blockname Specifies the name of the configuration block to include. Related Commands The INCLUDE command is one of six special CONFIG.SYS commands for defining multiple configurations. The other commands are for defining the startup menu, and are as follows: * The <MENUITEM> command, which defines an item on the menu. * The <MENUDEFAULT> command, which specifies the default menu item. * The <MENUCOLOR> command, which defines the color of the menu's text and screen background. * The <SUBMENU> command, which defines a submenu. * The <NUMLOCK> command, which specifies the state of the NUM LOCK key when the startup menu appears. (Although NUMLOCK can be used anywhere in the CONFIG.SYS file, it is especially useful when defining a startup menu.) For an overview of the procedure for defining multiple configurations, see the topic <Commands for Defining Multiple Configurations>
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