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Posted on 2010-11-10
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In the following code I will like to use the username variable instead of the hardcoded  "c:\excelver.dat". So if the username is cis7777, I want the code to open
"c:\cis7777.dat" file.

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Thanks
Cheers



option explicit

    Dim oSession        ' AS NotesSession
    Dim strServer
    Dim strUserName
    Dim strMailDbName
    Dim oCurrentMailDb  ' as NOTESDATABASE
    Dim oMailDoc        ' as NOTESDOCUMENT
    Dim ortItem         ' as NOTESRICHTEXTITEM
    Dim ortAttacment    ' as NOTESRICHTEXTITEM
    Dim oEmbedObject    ' as ????
    dim cstrAttachment
    Dim blAttachment

    cstrAttachment = "c:\excelver.dat"

Dim xl, ver, vers
On Error Resume Next
Set xl = CreateObject("Excel.Application")
On Error Goto 0
If xl is Nothing then
      vers = "Microsoft Excel not installed"
Else
      ver = xl.Version
      xl.Quit
      Set xl = Nothing

      Select case Int(left(ver, InStr(ver, ".")-1))
      Case 14   : vers = "Microsoft Excel 2010"
      Case 12   : vers = "Microsoft Excel 2007"
      Case 11   : vers = "Microsoft Excel 2003"
      Case 10   : vers = "Microsoft Excel 2002"
      Case 9    : vers = "Microsoft Excel 2000"
      Case 8    : vers = "Microsoft Excel 97"
      Case 7    : vers = "Microsoft Excel 95"
      Case else : vers = "Microsoft Excel (unknown version)"
      End Select

End If
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Question by:Bianchi928
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KenMcF earned 250 total points
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You could use something like this

Dim WshNetwork
Set WshNetwork = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Network")
 cstrAttachment = "c:\" & WshNetwork.UserName & ".dat"

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by:Bianchi928
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That works fine..I have one more little thing to ask....How do I go about checking if the file "c:\" & WshNetwork.UserName & ".dat" exist from a previous run and delete it first it it exists.

Thanks
Cheers
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by:KenMcF
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Try this

Dim fso
Set fso = WScript.CreateObject("Scripting.Filesystemobject")
strFile = "c:\" & WshNetwork.UserName & ".dat")
If fso.FileExists(strFile) Then
fso.DeleteFile(strFile)
End If
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