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Moves a specified file or folder from one location to another.
object.Move( destination );
The Move method syntax has these parts:
Part Description object Required. Always the name of a File or Folder object. destination Required. Destination where the file or folder is to be moved. Wildcard characters are not allowed.
The results of the Move method on a File or Folder are identical to operations performed using FileSystemObject.MoveFile or FileSystemObject.MoveFolder. You should note, however, that the alternative methods are capable of moving multiple files or folders.
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