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I need help wth runnig any file

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I have tried using ths code to open any file that the user selects but fosoe reason i wll no work see if you can help me thanks...... $var isthe path to the file.

Run(@ComSpec &'/c' & $var)

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I have tried using ths code to open any file that the user selects but fosoe reason i wll no work see if you can help me thanks...... $var isthe path to the file.

Run(@ComSpec &'/c' & $var)

If you're trying to open a file and not run an executable then use ShellExecute, and if the file has an associated application then it will open in that app.

Eg

ShellExecute(FileOpenDialog("","\","All (*.*)"))

or in your case

ShellExecute($var)


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

If you're trying to open a file and not run an executable then use ShellExecute, and if the file has an associated application then it will open in that app.

Eg

ShellExecute(FileOpenDialog("","\","All (*.*)"))

or in your case

ShellExecute($var)

THANK YOU!!! That was fricken simple for such an anoying thing as that was... Edited by vintorecavaj

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