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Editing a .bat file to point to a different directory

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Hello:

The syntax in our macro's .bat file contains a line, referencing a directory that is on our machine's C drive.

We need to change this line to point to a directory, on the machine's D drive, instead.

The following is the line: cd\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft ...\...

How can we modify that line to not point to the C drive but to point to the D drive?

Thank you!

John
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