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MS ACCESSS select all the jpg files and then copy and paste

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Good morning,
I work in acces 2007 i have one form and i have make one Botton , then i want to select all the jpg files from one folder and copy with the same name to anather folder.
Thks For your help
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Question by:ELPANOS
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by:peter57r
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Sub fc()
Dim SourceFile, DestinationFile
SourceFile = "C:\oldfolder\*.jpg"    ' Define source folder and files.
DestinationFile = "C:\newfolder\"    ' Define target folder.
 
Shell "cmd /C copy " & SourceFile & " " & DestinationFile & " "


End Sub
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by:ELPANOS
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Thks for your answer,
i have make the code but nothing is hapen

Private Sub TRANSFERFOTO_Click()
Dim SourceFile, DestinationFile
SourceFile = "\\Panorama-server\data (f)\PHOTOS\Update catalog êùäéêïðïéçóç\*.jpg"    ' Define source folder and files.
DestinationFile = "D:\FOTOCODE\"    ' Define target folder.
 
Shell "cmd /C copy " & SourceFile & " " & DestinationFile & " "
End Sub

Private Sub TRANSFERFOTO_Click()
Dim SourceFile, DestinationFile
SourceFile = "\\Panorama-server\data (f)\PHOTOS\Update catalog êùäéêïðïéçóç\*.jpg"    ' Define source folder and files.
DestinationFile = "D:\FOTOCODE\"    ' Define target folder.
 
Shell "cmd /C copy " & SourceFile & " " & DestinationFile & " "
End Sub

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peter57r earned 500 total points
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Set a breakpoint at line4 (destinationfile=...) and run the code.
When the code stops, click into the immediate window and  type..
?dir(sourcefile)

If the path is correct then you will see the name of the first file.
Otherwise you will just get a blank line.
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by:ELPANOS
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Thks For your help i find finalist this code and is worck, i give you for referance

Private Sub transferfoto_Click()
Dim fso
Dim sfol As String, dfol As String
sfol = "\\Panorama-server\data (f)\PHOTOS\Update catalog" ' change to match the source folder path
dfol = "D:\FOTOCODE" ' change to match the destination folder path
Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
On Error Resume Next
If Not fso.FolderExists(sfol) Then
    MsgBox sfol & " is not a valid folder/path.", vbInformation, "Invalid Source"
ElseIf Not fso.FolderExists(dfol) Then
    MsgBox dfol & " is not a valid folder/path.", vbInformation, "Invalid Destination"
Else
    
    fso.CopyFile (sfol & "\*.*"), dfol ' Change "\*.*" to "\*.xls" to move Excel Files only
End If
If Err.Number = 53 Then MsgBox "File not found"
End Sub

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by:peter57r
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The source path in your 'working' code is not the same as the source path you used in the 'not-working' code you posted earlkier.

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by:ELPANOS
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Peter i need also progressBar the time is transfer the fotos you can help me?
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please post a new question so that more people see it.
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