|hell, you're absolutely right! I forgot, vbscript wants the file to pre-exist prior to open, even when opened for output.|
bat.writeline "@echo off"
1) Create .bat from .vbs:
we pretty much did just that, so i guess that one's covered.
2) Append to .bat from .vbs
textfilemodes used by filesystemobject:
bat.writeline "appended line here"
(don't ask me what modes 3-7 are, i've no clue! my scripting abilities are also sucky, we're in the same boat.)
for those of us who are "challenged", msdn has pretty good site:
a large library of script to use as examples, as well as how-tos.