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Environmental Variable "tmp" Path / Access VBA

Posted on 2010-09-07
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I have a piece of code that saves a file to the directory named in the environmetal variable path for tmp (i.e. in this case C:\...\...\...\My Documents).

As the exact string may change from user to user, i want to seach for the file based on the pathname stored in the environmental variable tmp and filename.

Is there a standard command to call this string value in access VB?

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You mean

Environ("PATH")

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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 2000 total points
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use this

Environ("userprofile") & "\My Documents"

will give you

C:\Documents and Settings\<user Name>\My Documents
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