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 ====Step-By-Step Guide==== ====Step-By-Step Guide====
  
-   * Obtain your FSET files. **Note**- you will only need the image files and inf files for the tool +   * **Step 1** Obtain your FSET files. **Note**- you will only need the image files and inf files for the tool 
-   * Place the **image** and **inf** files (from FSET) into the **'​input_aerial_images'​** folder. **Note**- disregard all other files produced by FSET, you don't need them. Do NOT rename any of the files made by FSET. +   * **Step 2** Place the **image** and **inf** files (from FSET) into the **'​input_aerial_images'​** folder. **Note**- disregard all other files produced by FSET, you don't need them. Do NOT rename any of the files made by FSET. 
-   * Use the **inf2tfw** application (refer to prerequisites for download); point to the '​input_aerial_images'​ folder where you have the image and inf files located and run the application. You should now see that **tfw** files were added for you. +   * **Step 3** Use the **inf2tfw** application (refer to prerequisites for download); point to the '​input_aerial_images'​ folder where you have the image and inf files located and run the application. You should now see that **tfw** files were added for you. 
-   * Build your TMC file: Use the provided TMC sample as a guide for your project. **Note**- Make sure that you enter your coordinates as long/lat using decimal conversion. To avoid errors limit coordinates to two digits after the decimal (example: 81.56). Simply use copy/paste for all levels. ​     +   * **Step 4** Build your TMC file: Use the provided TMC sample as a guide for your project. **Note**- Make sure that you enter your coordinates as long/lat using decimal conversion. To avoid errors limit coordinates to two digits after the decimal (example: 81.56). Simply use copy/paste for all levels. ​     
-   * Either run the tool by using command line or make a batch file to do this step. Either way works the same. +   * **Step 5** Either run the tool by using command line or make a batch file to do this step. Either way works the same. 
-   * Once the tool completes you will see files inside your '​\scenery\images'​ folder. +   * **Step 6** Once the tool completes you will see files inside your '​\scenery\images'​ folder. 
-   * Make a custom folder for your newly created scenery, move all of the created files into it, and place it into the '​Documents\Aerofly FS 2\scenery\images'​ folder  +   * **Step 7** Make a custom folder for your newly created scenery, move all of the created files into it, and place it into the '​Documents\Aerofly FS 2\scenery\images'​ folder  
-   * Run Aerofly and locate your new scenery on the map, choose an elevation you wish to start at (or make an airport file for starting points). +   * **Step 8** Run Aerofly and locate your new scenery on the map, choose an elevation you wish to start at (or make an airport file for starting points). 
-   ​* ​ ENJOY your new scenery.+   * **Step 9**  ENJOY your new scenery.
  
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