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keilamym

need to open a folder... almost embarressed to ask... lol

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all I need it to do it open a folder... (c:temp folder for example)... im not pro but ive written many scripts and out of all the scripts i've written, I've never had to open a folder to present it to the user... is there an autoit command for this? I cant seem to find it...

 

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ShellExecute("C:\temp")

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Open a folder as in starting the Windows explorer with a certain directory opened in it?

$FilePath = "C:\temp"
ShellExecute("Explorer.exe", "/e,""" & $FilePath & """")

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thanks guys...

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Hello all

In the second line given by Jos, (ShellExecute("Explorer.exe", "/e,""" & $FilePath & """")) what does the /e signify?? 

Edited by Noviceatthis

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Have you tried finding it our yourself before asking?

There is a wealth of information out there for you grab whenever you feel like it.

Jos


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