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Admit have a dir on server: \\myserver\mydir\
In this dir have five file excel:
test_8501.xls  
test_8502.xls  
test_8503.xls  
test_8504.xls  
test_8505.xls

how to make a vbs script file:

if the user press on vbs script icon, appear a form with a text box where the user can insert a code, similar 8501.
With a button on this form, start a code to copy a xls file from server dir with the last 4 charachter 8501 and paste the excel file in c:\mydir withouit popup yes/no for overwrite the existis file with the same name of current file

hope understnd me.

Tks to all
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Question by:sal21
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by:sirbounty
ID: 22720602
I think I understand...
Dim objFSO : Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
strResp = InputBox ("Enter the code number","Input needed")
 
If objFSO.FileExists ("\\myserver\mydir\test_" & strResp & ".xls") Then
  objFSO.CopyFile "\\myserver\mydir\test_" & strResp & ".xls", "C:\mydir\", True
End If

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by:sirbounty
ID: 22720662
This version will allow a loop if an invalid code is entered...
Dim objFSO : Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
 
CopyFile()
 
Set objFSO = Nothing
wscript.quit
 
Sub CopyFile()
 strResp = InputBox ("Enter the code number","Input needed", "8501")
 
  If objFSO.FileExists ("\\myserver\mydir\test_" & strResp & ".xls") Then
    objFSO.CopyFile "\\myserver\mydir\test_" & strResp & ".xls", "C:\mydir\", True
  Else
    Msgbox "Sorry, that file does not exist.  Please try again...", vbOkOnly, "Invalid File Code"
    CopyFile()
  End If
End Sub

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by:sal21
ID: 22721024
Hi sirbounty...
Yuo have understand perfect my Napolitan/English (i'm live in Napoli:-) the code work very well:
But when i click on cancel button the code go in loop and reapper the form....(?!)
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by:sal21
ID: 22721030
... or when i click on "X" on the form
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by:sal21
ID: 22721041
... or when i click ctrl pause on the form
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by:sirbounty
ID: 22723192
I understand...try this:
Dim objFSO : Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
 
CopyFile()
 
Set objFSO = Nothing
wscript.quit
 
Sub CopyFile()
 strResp = InputBox ("Enter the code number","Input needed", "8501")
 
  If objFSO.FileExists ("\\myserver\mydir\test_" & strResp & ".xls") Then
    objFSO.CopyFile "\\myserver\mydir\test_" & strResp & ".xls", "C:\mydir\", True
  Else
    strResult = Msgbox "Sorry, that file does not exist.  Please try again...", vbRetryCancel, "Invalid File Code"
    If strResult = vbCancel Then Exit Sub
    CopyFile()
  End If
End Sub

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by:sal21
ID: 22728852
Hi sirbounty...
with new version have the error in img attached...
To be sure attach here a your tersted version, tks.
Pizza for you!
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by:sal21
ID: 22728857
sorry...
doc1.doc
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sirbounty earned 2000 total points
ID: 22730024
Sorry about that - missed the parenthesis.
Dim objFSO : Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
 
CopyFile()
 
Set objFSO = Nothing
wscript.quit
 
Sub CopyFile()
 strResp = InputBox ("Enter the code number","Input needed", "8501")
 If strResp = "" Then Exit Sub
  If objFSO.FileExists ("\\myserver\mydir\test_" & strResp & ".xls") Then
    objFSO.CopyFile "\\myserver\mydir\test_" & strResp & ".xls", "C:\mydir\", True
  Else
    strResult = Msgbox ("Sorry, that file does not exist.  Please try again...", vbRetryCancel, "Invalid File Code")
    If strResult = vbCancel Then Exit Sub
    CopyFile()
  End If
End Sub

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by:sal21
ID: 22730181
WORK NOW!
But instead to use the standard input type tetxbox code, is possible to show a good and elegant form?
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Expert Comment

by:sirbounty
ID: 22730926
No, that's the limitations of using plain vbscript...sorry...
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