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move file to another folder in vb6.0

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How to move file to another folder in vb6.0.Files are .tif,.pdf .doc etc

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 the filesystemobject:
 http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/5100-10878_11-1050078.html

 the vb NAME command:
 Name "c:\folder1\yourfile.pdf" As "c:\folder2\yourfile_dest.pdf"
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