VBA one liner

Hello,
There will always be one file in a folder. The only thing is that the file will have a date stamp in it from day to day. What is one liner code in vba that  lets me set an object to that one and noly file?
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Set wb = folder.files(*.xls)
RayneAsked:
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Glenn RayExcel VBA DeveloperCommented:
Here you go:
Set wb = Application.Workbooks.Open(strPath + Dir(strPath))

You can either assign strPath to a string that represents the full drive\directory path or replace 'strPath" with that path twice.  

Personally, I prefer assigning the path to a variable to keep the code simpler, otherwise you get something like:
   Set wb = Application.Workbooks.Open (Filename:="C:\Folder1\SubFolder2\SubSubFolder3\singlefilefolder\" + Dir("C:\Folder1\SubFolder2\SubSubFolder3\singlefilefolder\"))

nasty...

Regards,
-Glenn
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RayneAuthor Commented:
thank you Glenn :)
I did it this way

strpath = "C:myfolder\thisFolder\\"
        Set wb = Application.Workbooks.Open(strpath + Dir(strpath & "*.xlsx"))

Looks ok to you?
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Glenn RayExcel VBA DeveloperCommented:
1) remove the extra backslash for strpath assignment
2) Dir(strpath) should return the full filename of the single file in the folder; no need to add the "*.xlsx" part

-Glenn
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RayneAuthor Commented:
thnak you Glenn :)
I will fix it
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