The name of the folder to be created
Creates a new folder
If you omit the drive from
path, a new
folder will be created on the current drive.
You can specify the drive by using either its local drive letter or its UNC name.
path can either be a fully qualified path
(i.e., a path from the drive’s root directory to the
directory to be created) or a relative path (i.e., a path from the
If the directory to be created by the MkDir
procedure already exists, an
If your program is running on Windows NT, ensure that the logged-in user has the right to create a folder on the specified drive prior to calling the MkDir procedure.
VB does not automatically make the new folder the current folder after a call to MkDir. You will need to call the ChDir procedure to do this.
To remove a folder, use the RmDir procedure.
Use CurDir to determine the current drive.