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Set shell = CreateObject("Shell.Application")
set oWindows = shell.windows
for j = 0 to oWindows.count - 1
set shell = nothing
set oWindows = nothing
Now, i wonder is there a solution or a trick to close just one opened folder example c:\Test and not all folders ?
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You appear to be trying to close all open applications.
Just match the Window title if it exists.
Shell will only show you copies of IE and not of Explorer.
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