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End Select
Next SS
MsgBox strMessage
End Sub
The code will return a result similar to Figure 13-2.
Figure 13-2. Here is the ListScopeFolderObjects procedure result. Your result might vary
depending on how your computer is configured.
The Select Case statements were used to isolate and examine each of the top-level structures.
Each top-level ScopeFolders collection contains ScopeFolder objects that represent the root
directories of the file structures available to it. Each of these ScopeFolder objects contains
another ScopeFolders collection that represents the subdirectories under it. This provides a
way to navigate through the directory trees.
The SearchFolders collection defines additional directory paths to be searched by adding
ScopeFolder objects to the collection. SearchFolders is not like the FileTypes collection that is
recreated when you assign a value to the FileType property. SearchFolders isn’t affected when
you assign a value to the LookIn property or when you execute NewSearch . The LookIn value
is additional to the SearchFolders entries.
The SearchFolders collection is also retained in the current Excel session, so empty the collec­
tion before executing a new search. Remember to empty the SearchFolders collection by loop­
ing through each ScopeFolder object and removing it. Review the following example to get a
better understanding of how to search through all subdirectories in the root directory of the
C drive. When it finds a directory starting with the characters Product , it will add the direc­
tory to the SearchFolders collection.
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