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  1. #1
    sgerber
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    Creating a browse folders button

    I'd like to create a button in a dialog box that would bring up a list of available folders on the user's computer and allow the user to pick a folder in which to store documents.

    Anybody know how to go about that in VBA?

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    Re: Creating a browse folders button

    Steve, baby, we've hit that one so many times lately, maybe we're just ignoring you <img src=/S/yikes.gif border=0 alt=yikes width=15 height=15>

    (not really)

    But if you do a search on the VBA forum for "folder dialog" I just bet you'll find what you want. Also, see my recent post on XP.
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  3. #3
    sgerber
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    Re: Creating a browse folders button

    >> if you do a search on the VBA forum for "folder dialog" I just bet you'll find what you want. <<

    Thank you!

    >> Also, see my recent post on XP. <<

    I'll check that, too, but I've decided to forego the XP upgrades (both Office and Windows) because of Microsoft's "user authentication" scheme. I've been a big fan of Word since version 1.01 of the DOS program, but I tend to have lots of crashes, and I refuse to let my computer be held hostage by Microsoft.

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