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I need to verify that a directory exists (even if it's empty). Does DIR() only work at file level as I don't seem to be able to get it to recognise an empty dir. It appears to work if the dir contains one or more files, but my program needs empty directories.
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If Dir("c:\Test1", vbDirectory) <> "" Then
  'The Directory exists
End If

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