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I have this vbscript to close all opened folders
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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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What are "open folders"?
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.