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MOVE FILE

Posted on 2016-10-31
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I would like to move a file from one location to another,overwrite the file if it's exists in the new location and inform the user if the transfer was successful.
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Question by:Svgmassive
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What OS? and what does this have to do with m$ Access?
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Rey Obrero earned 500 total points
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try ths codes


Sub MoveFile()
Dim sFile As String, sPath As String, sDest As String
sPath = "C:\Users\xxx\OldFolder\"
sFile = "myExcel.xlsx"
sDest = "C:\Users\xxx\NewFolder\"
If Dir(sDest & sFile) <> "" Then
    Kill sDest & sFile
End If
   
Name sPath & sFile As sDest & sFile

If Dir(sDest & sFile) <> "" Then
    MsgBox "File moved"
End If

End Sub
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