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    move files from Source Folder to Destination Folder, based on file name & Path

    Hi,

    I have a table with below data :
    1) File Name
    2) Source Folder Path and
    2) Destination Folder Path.

    I need to move these files into respective folders.
    It would be great if there can be a macro to help.

    Eg :
    Move Files_2.jpg

    The same request is posted on forum link for quick help.
    Last edited by seenai; 07-31-2020 at 09:02 AM.

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    Re: move files from Source Folder to Destination Folder, based on file name & Path

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    Re: move files from Source Folder to Destination Folder, based on file name & Path

    Sure. I have updated the same in my post with Link. Thanks for information.

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    Re: move files from Source Folder to Destination Folder, based on file name & Path

    Thank you for the link.

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