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How to Add an OPORD to a Scenario
Well, we are just about finished building our scenario. The only thing left to do is to add our OPORD (Operations Order). An OPORD is a document, usually in Plain Text or HTML format that our scenario will display when it is opened. The OPORD gives the player all of the background information, objectives, and restrictions for your scenario. Because it is in HTML format, you can add any pictures or objects you want to the OPORD very easily.
You can also add the OPORD when you create your new scenario. But we think it makes more sense to do it here, at the end of the process because, when you start, you have not created all of the Maneuver Graphics, units, and other objects you will reference in your OPORD.
Add an OPORD to a Scenario:
The ATF Scenario Builder does not include a text or HTML editor, so you will have to use some third party software to write your OPORD, before importing it into your scenario. The OPORD must be in the 'Data' sub-directory of the Armored Task Force install directory to be used by an ATF scenario.