|Thanks I'll give that a try, but a few quick questions. Besides the file name of the .txt file, would I need to replace any of the code with path names or anything else, or use it just as is? I have written a little VBA, but never anything else! I'm also assuming that this would be a .bat file also, am I correct? And finally, in the .txt file, what format does that need to be in? I beleive right now the first line is like a header, and every after is the path and filename of the added file (the one I want to delete). |
On an added note, this particular software has no .dll's, but I plan on using this same process for other apps I want to remove in the future and will look out before deleting them. Thanks.
What about this though... is there any way write something to first take that .txt file, copy all files listed in it to a temp directory, then run the delete files code you provided, then if after reboot, there are errors, create another .bat file to re-copy the files from the temp directory back to their original location???
I know I can do all this file by file manually, but I'm looking for something to automate the process.