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Thank you both very much. I can now push on hard now I know about macros.
My project involves implementing GEANT4 in the most user friendly way possible for a research grouyp that has has basic unix and programming skills such as myself. So I may need to present a windows method.
I've had a couple of ideas about coding in windows.
a)I can continue writing in the compiler and getting all my lovely colour-coding and automatic indentations and just force a save of the correct extension like with the macros
b)I can just write it up in notepad and force the correct extensions.
After both these methods I just use make. Could work. I shall find out