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#1 MaCgyver

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Posted 03 February 2006 - 10:02 PM

Can autoit allow me to backup files from one directory to another directory? I want to have the date added to the filename when it is copied over. I am new to batch files and scripts but I've been learning. From what I hear autoit can do this for me. Has anyone done this yet? This program seems to be real neat and I will be going over the lessons and tutorials over the weekend. If it cannot do what I am asking for please let me know. I will still learn it because it seems to be a valuable tool.







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Posted 03 February 2006 - 10:07 PM

Can autoit allow me to backup files from one directory to another directory? I want to have the date added to the filename when it is copied over. I am new to batch files and scripts but I've been learning. From what I hear autoit can do this for me. Has anyone done this yet? This program seems to be real neat and I will be going over the lessons and tutorials over the weekend. If it cannot do what I am asking for please let me know. I will still learn it because it seems to be a valuable tool.

It can.. also assume that you are looking at version 3 not 2 ... (you posted in the v2 forum )

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Posted 04 February 2006 - 01:24 AM

It can.. also assume that you are looking at version 3 not 2 ... (you posted in the v2 forum )

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