>>> and that will do the trick when you execute the batch program in a
>>> DOS window or from the Run command line.
>> Even easier, put a shortcut to the batch file on your desktop or 
>> elsewhere, and click on it to run it.
> Uh ... I think that is not gonna work too well, if you are in the wrong
> directory (your desktop?) when you run it. In fact, I think my previous
> advice to use the Run command line has the same problem! Oops.

Oops! You're right. The batch files I'm used to running are set to run on 
specific directories. I forgot that that one didn't specify the directory.

Mike Wickham

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