Elaborating on what bauernschmitt says, that's one good way to achieve that.
Say you have the following script (I know it's dummy, just for example purposes):
TableOne: RowNo() AS RecordNo, Ceil(Rand() * 100) AS Amount AUTOGENERATE 200;
Now save this text using notepad (or any other plain text tool) as "script.qvs", or directly from the Script Editor dialog, File, Export to Script File (result is the same). The .qvs is just a extension to differentiate between normal txt files and QlikView script files. A .txt file will work fine.
In your files, instead of copying five times the script above, set the following:
SET ThousandSep='.'; SET DecimalSep=','; SET MoneyThousandSep='.'; SET MoneyDecimalSep=','; SET MoneyFormat='#.##0,00 €;-#.##0,00 €'; SET TimeFormat='h:mm:ss'; SET DateFormat='DD/MM/YYYY'; SET TimestampFormat='DD/MM/YYYY h:mm:ss[.fff]'; SET MonthNames='ene;feb;mar;abr;may;jun;jul;ago;sep;oct;nov;dic'; // This is the same as pasting the script below $(=include='C:\Folder\To\script.qvs');
You will need to reload in order to get the new script working.
Hope that makes sense.