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How to put FileVersion into my clipboard after getting it?

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What I am trying to do sounds simple, but I am not certain how to accomplish this. 

I am needing to grab the file version of an EXE on my network, then make a new folder named as said file version in another directory. 
I am using the following (based on what I have found in these forums) for getting the File Version, which works and displays it in a pop up. 

MsgBox(0,'', FileGetVersion("\\path\file.exe"))

 

How would I change this, so that instead of displaying this File Version, it instead copys it to the clipboard so that I may then create said folder and move forward with the rest of my script. 
 

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Or maybe this ?

Local $sVersion = FileGetVersion("\\path\file.exe")
If Not DirCreate (".\" & $sVersion) Then Exit MsgBox (0,"Error","Unable to create folder")

 

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2 minutes ago, Nine said:

Or maybe this ?

Local $sVersion = FileGetVersion("\\path\file.exe")
If Not DirCreate (".\" & $sVersion) Then Exit MsgBox (0,"Error","Unable to create folder")

 

What does the second line do exactly? If that is simply making a new folder, would I set the directory like so?

Local $sVersion = FileGetVersion("\\path\file.exe")
If Not DirCreate ("C:\Somewhere\" & $sVersion) Then Exit MsgBox (0,"Error","Unable to create folder")

 

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