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Code to display Windows Folder Options or FileTypes

Posted on 2002-07-12
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Does anyone know how to create a command button that when clicked would display the Folder Options or File Types dialog box in Windows? - the one you get when you open any folder and click View>Folder Options.

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jayeshshah earned 100 total points
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i've got the code to view all the file associations.
Please email me at jayeshshah87@hotmail.com if you want the code.
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I would add a 100 points if you could add an Edit option.

regards

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This site is a sharing knowledge community, please don't send solutions by e-mail.
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Since I already accepted the answer, I decided to make this Edit problem a new question.
See "Add Edit Option to File Association App"
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jenny
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