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How to Copy/Move Files with the Windows Window that Shows the Progress?

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Zohar

Hi

 

I am using Windows XP SP3.

I want to copy or move some files, but not in a "quiet" way(like when using a DOS command), but in a way that will show this window that you all know:

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Do you know how do I initiate a Copy/Move operation that will use this window?

 

Thank you

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careca

Maybe you could use progress function do display the bar, and make it so that it will display the files being copied.

Now, if you really need to have the windows dialog, im not sure, ctrl+c ctrl+v?


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Zohar

Hi

Thank you for the idea, but I don't want to recreate this window.

Also, I believe the's a programmatic way to achieve it,

so I hope someone who has done this in the past, can direct me how to do it.

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DutchCoder
$objShell = ObjCreate('Shell.Application')
$objFolder = $objShell.NameSpace('Destination Folder') ; Use the right folder as destination
$ProcessID = $objFolder.CopyHere('Source Folder') ; Initiate the command
ProcessWaitClose($ProcessID) ; Wait for copy to end
 
and Yes, MoveHere also works
Edited by DutchCoder

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