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Using Excel VB to create multiple directories

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I would like to create multiple sub directories to store test results. The names of the sub directories are defined in excel. Can you please create a simple macro to perform this task. Please see attached file. Kind regards Mark
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Attachment is missing.
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There' a VBA statement
MkDir <Path>
for exactly that purpose .... seee VBA hepl for more info.
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