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Posted on 2003-11-09
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How do I creat folders?
How do I rename files?
I want to open a notepad and start writing while the user is seeing the typing... how? thx
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deathman5 earned 245 total points
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Creat Folder:
MkDir "C:\myfolder"

Rename :
name "filename1" as "filename2"

Open notepad and write:

Private sub form_load()
Timer1.Interval = 1000
Shell ("notepad.exe"), vbNormalFocus
End Sub

Private Sub timer1_timer()
SendKeys "whaaa"
End Sub
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by:instant_new
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thank you
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