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I need to launch explorer from my program and in the opened window to select some file(s).  I once saw some program do that but I forgot the command line parameter.

Can you please remind me?
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To quote the article,

"Here are some examples. The following command line would start Explorer with the Docs folder open and the file Today.doc selected: explorer /n, /e, /select,c:\docs \today.doc."

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actually I tried /select and -select.

but maybe I wrote something wrong.

lemme recheck.
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Ah, right I forgot the commas.
jolly good, lad.

thank you very much.
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Oh, something else.
How to multiselect???
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