"Do you think people would rather have my script create a folder in that directory, or just plop a text file right in there?
If a folder makes more sense, I have to figure out how to check if the folder already exists, and if it does not, how…"
"There is nothing wrong with writing text files. But you might have to rethink your location, as Windows 7 does have more folder permissions than XP. Personally, I'd do something like this:
Set objShell =…"
I have an old timer (not old-timer) script that I use to keep track of the hours that I spend on projects. The script writes a text file to the hard drive, and adds lines of text to it whenever I click on the appropriate button. That worked fine for WinXP, but now that I'm using Win7, there seems to be more security and as far as I can tell, I can't write a text file anywhere consistent on users' machines. So I have two questions: Is there a better kind of file that I can create, instead of a…See More