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VB script Do Until based on user input

I am trying to create a vbs file that will print a collection of Word documents in a folder X number of times as input by the user.  My problem is, I don't think it is formatted correctly.  If I run it and input 1, it doesn't do anything at all.  If I cancel the dialog box, it will print infinitely.  I am sure it is painfully obvious to someone what my problem is.  I am just not familiar enough with Do Until to know what is wrong.

Script is below:


number = Int(InputBox("Number of Copies?"))
count = 1

Do Until count = number
set shApp = CreateObject("shell.application")
currentPath = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject").GetAbsolutePathName(".")
set shFolder = shApp.NameSpace( currentPath )
set files = shFolder.Items()
for each files in files

    if files.name <> "*.txt" then
        'msgbox("printing "&files.name)
                                files.InvokeVerbEx ("Print")

    end if
next
    count = count + 1
Loop

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There is probably a better way to accomplish this.


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Steve B

8/22/2022 - Mon
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This worked a treat.  Thanks for taking the time to produce a working sample!
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