Windows 95

I have designed an intranet Word form that runs a macro that e-mails the form when a command button is clicked. To preserve the data before mailing the form must be saved.

I am saving (via the macro) to the temporary internet files folder on the basis that everybody has this folder that uses the intranet and also in the hope that Windows performs some kind of housekeeping on the folder - deleting old files now and again.

This probably happens when the browser writes to the folder but will Windows delete files that are written to the folder but not by the browser?

I am trying to make the whole process of e-mailing the form transparent to the user - I do not want them to have occasionally go into their hard-drive and detail loads of old forms.

Has anybody any thoughts on this?