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Best practice to save just one piece of information that might rarely change.

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Hi.

My application will generate PDF's.     Those PDF's will almost certainly be always saved the same chosen folder.   But a different user may want to choose another folder.
So, what is the best way to save the file path (string)?

1) I could store the path string to a constant.    This is OK for me, but not for a non-programmer.  
2) I could create a  table with one record and one field.      If I wrote code around that, then the other users could change & store the information.  
3) I could create XML file.    But now, I would have to do some coding to handle a situation where the XML file was not there  (for various reasons).

Is there a better solution?
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