Data Type: Folder object
A Folder object.
Data Type: String
The path to the location where the folder or folders are to be moved.
Moves a folder structure from one location to another.
Wildcard characters can’t be used in
If any of the files within the folder being moved are open, an error is generated.
All subfolders and files contained within the source
folder are copied to
unless disallowed by the wildcard characters. That is, the Move
method is recursive.
destination can be either an
absolute or a relative path.
If a fatal system error (like a power failure) occurs during the execution of this method, the worst that can happen is that the folder is copied to the destination but not removed from the source. There are no rollback capabilities built into the Folder.Move method; since, the copy part of this two-stage process is executed first, the folder can’t be lost.
If an error occurs in the middle of a move operation, the operation is terminated, and the remaining files and folders in the folder aren’t moved.
If a folder or a file by the same name already exists in
destination, the method generates
runtime error 58, “File already exists.” To prevent this, you
can use the FileSystemObject’s FolderExists and GetAbsolutePath
methods prior to calling the Move method.
Unlike the FileSystemObject’s MoveFolder ...