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I have played with Python code just a little and like it so far. I am using a Windows XP machine and have downloaded Python 2.5. As recommended in the "Starting Python" thread, I am saving my test files in the directory C:\Python25\Atest\.

When I bring up the IDLE editor, I would like it to come up with this directory. Is there a way to do this?

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Last Post by sneekula
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On Windows right click on the IDLE icon and select Properties. Edit the "Start in:" information to the folder you want to have, then apply. That should do it!

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