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How can you get the "Start In" or "Working Directory" of a shortcut or anything that is "*.lnk" through VB5
Also, is it possible to change the start in path through VB5?
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Take a look at your VB cd
Under Vb50\tools\unsupprt
is a ShellLnk project. That does what you want.
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