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One way: at the end of the startup script you can set a global variable $$init to 1. At the beginning of the startup script, you can test for this value.
Thanks much, this was helpful, but the root problem turned out not to be the statup script. The issue was that the file was looking for the rest of the files in the set. The startup script looks for them, so first thought was that this was source of the problem. However when I disabled the script it was still looking for the rest of the files. Then the light came on. It was the relationship graph that was forcing it to look for the other files when it opened.
So final solution is to either copy all of the files to a folder then do the import or just hit cancel each time it asks for one of the other files. At the moment the files are fairly small so copy all is works well.