Assuming Windows, because you specified VB, you may have a reason for
wanting to use a script, but you can do this from a Windows command
prompt with del * and the /s switch to sweep recursively
through sub-directories. If you're unsure about the command, use the
/p switch too, to force a confirmation prompt.

Another option is to use the Windows Search tool to identify all
* files in a directory tree, Ctrl-a to select them all, and
Ctrl-x or Del to delete them.


On 7/23/07, B Hechter <bhechter at> wrote:
> Hi Framers,
> Before attempting this, thought I would inquire if any VB wizard out there
> has a script snippet to share for deleting FM  .backup files from archival
> directories.
> Thanks!
> Ben
> --
> Ben Hechter
> Technical Performance Support Solutions
> Vancouver BC
> e: bhechter at
> w:

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