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hofadommahofadomma Member Posts: 28
If you had something like this

Case cChangeFilesAdded
List1.AddItem FileName & " Added"
Case cChangeFilesRemoved
List1.AddItem FileName & " Removed"
Case cChangeInAttributes
List1.AddItem FileName & " Attributes Changed"
Case cChangeInFileSize
List1.AddItem FileName & " Size Changed"

Could you use the filecopy command after one of the "changes" in the files. filecopy (filename, "c: est") or something like that?


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