I am not positive, but I do not think that commas are ever a good thing in a
file name. I just for a test tried to copy an existing file giving it a comma
and it gave me an error. That was at the command prompt. I guess it will work
if you use f2 in Windows, but I believe that VB6 would not like it as a comma
is a delimiter in VB6. I'll give it a try some time though.
But I also am not sure what you meant about me changing the name of the file.
Don't use commas, which, aren't necessary.
Chardon Ohio USA
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