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Bat script to copy a file to all folders in a directory

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Hi all,

I need a .Bat script to copy a file to all folders in a directory

e.g.

Copy "C:\app.mdb" "C:\All folders in the C:\ directory"

There are about 40 folders under the c:\ dir.
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@echo off
c:
cd \
for /d %%a in (*) do echo copy app.mdb "%%a"

this shows what it would copy. remove the echo to execute it.
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by:cwwkie
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oops, just saw you also asked this in another ta (http:Q_21925067.html).
You should post a pointer question instead in such a situation (http://www.experts-exchange.com/help.jsp#hi262)
you can post in community support and ask to delete this question.
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