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Unhappy Coding for searching all files inside a directory (in Access environment)

I'm writing an application that needs to search all files inside a directory and return the target file (with a file name).

Pls help me out if you could.
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Have you looked at the Dir function. You could also use the Scripting.FileSystemObject. I'm sure you'll find plenty of code samples if you Google.

Try http://www.everythingaccess.com/tuto...es-recursively

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