Creating a new directory to save files

When saving an excel file often times my programming will call for a file to be saved in a directory that doesn't exist.  What is the code necessary for creating a new directory where the Workbook can then be saved?  e.g. at the beginning of a new month the programming will try to save the Workbook in a directory C:\Apr-03 however this directory doesn't exist (unless i manually create it, which is what i am doing now.
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mkdir C:\Apr-03
forgot the quotes:
mkdir "C:\Apr-03"

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lockboxAuthor Commented:
thanks pal, i knew it had to be something pretty straight forward
you could also check to make sure the directory exists with something like this:

If Dir("C:\Apr-03", vbDirectory) = "" Then MkDir "C:\Apr-03"
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