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Okay here we go,
What is the VB6.0 code to copy and paste from dir or drive to a different dir or drive, then delete the source data. Here is a example in DOS terms: xcopy /s d:\test c:\newdir
del /Q d:\test

those two commands will copy data from d:\test to c:\newdir, then delete the contents of d:\test. I whant the VB equivelent!!!
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"Copy, Move, Delete Files and Folders Using SHFileOperation"

http://www.thescarms.com/vbasic/fileops.htm
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Thanks, That is great! You hit the nail on the head.

Ben...
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