writing to compilled text files

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    Question writing to compilled text files

    is there any way to compile a text file with your exe and read/write to it so if your program is transfered between two computers your program's text file stays the same even if changed on either?
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    I don't think so....

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    Yes! You can add a text file as a custum resouce but im not sure, so look in MSDN.
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