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Need a little help with something I've been thinking about for sometime.
May sound silly but will be of great help to me.
Can you elaborate more on what you mean?
Do you mean save an entire script?
Or save the output?
Or something else?
Not sure why your example and additional text has disappeared but based on what I've in my notification from this forum. I think using a "here"-string would be the easiest option.
$FolderPath = "C:\Log\Test 1"
$Source = "D:\Log"
$script = @"
xcopy `"$Source`" `"$FolderPath`"
$script | Out-File -FilePath C:\temp\script.ps1
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