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Copy Files With Progress Bar

Copy Files With Progress Bar

Copy Files With Progress Bar

(OP)
I have found lots of information on this forum regarding using a Progress Bar.  I reference this thread: thread329-1096606 in particular as the person took some existing information and modified it to fit his/her needs.  In particular, I'm interested in the modifications he made to the .Caption for this progress bar.  I'm using the original code (found here: http://www.computerperformance.co.uk/ezine/ezine88.htm) and can't quite figure out how to remove the default 'ProgCaption' and instead set the caption to read which file is being copied.

How can I change the code to as to allow me to change the caption using the .Caption property outside the supplied script?

Thanks!!


Matt

RE: Copy Files With Progress Bar

This thread may interest you.
thread329-724778

And this one too.  Each shows some different ideas that are easier to follow.

thread329-898604

I hope you find this post helpful.  

Regards,

Mark

RE: Copy Files With Progress Bar

(OP)
Actually, I quit using that script and started using yours.  :)  I've modified it to increment the "|" marks using a "For...Next" loop so that if you have less than 100 files it will update appropriately.

Is there a way to get rid of the vertical scroll bar in the IE object?

Thanks!!


Matt

RE: Copy Files With Progress Bar

Yes you can remove that.  Add this line:

CODE

x.document.write "<body Scroll=no>"
Above this line:

CODE

x.document.write "<font color=blue>"

I hope you find this post helpful.  

Regards,

Mark

RE: Copy Files With Progress Bar

(OP)
That's awesome.  Haven't tried it, but I'm sure that will work.

Thanks!



Thanks!!


Matt

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