WebOptions.FolderSuffix property (Excel)

Returns the folder suffix that Microsoft Excel uses when you save a document as a webpage, use long file names, and choose to save supporting files in a separate folder (that is, if the UseLongFileNames and OrganizeInFolder properties are set to True). Read-only String.

Syntax

expression.FolderSuffix

expression A variable that represents a WebOptions object.

Remarks

Newly created documents use the suffix returned by the FolderSuffix property of the DefaultWebOptions object. The value of the FolderSuffix property of the WebOptions object may differ from that of the DefaultWebOptions object if the document was previously edited in a different language version of Microsoft Excel. You can use the UseDefaultFolderSuffix method to change the suffix to the language that you are currently using in Microsoft Office.

By default, the name of the supporting folder is the name of the webpage plus an underscore (_), a period (.), or a hyphen (-) and the word "files" (appearing in the language of the version of Excel in which the file was saved as a webpage). For example, suppose that you use the Dutch language version of Excel to save a file called Page1 as a webpage. The default name of the supporting folder is Page1_bestanden.

The following table lists each language version of Office, and gives its corresponding LanguageID property value and folder suffix. For the languages that are not listed in the table, the suffix .files is used.

Language LanguageID Folder suffix
Arabic 1025 .files
Basque (Basque) 1069 _fitxategiak
Portuguese (Brazil) 1046 _arquivos
Bulgarian 1026 .files
Catalan 1027 _fitxers
Chinese - Simplified 2052 .files
Chinese - Traditional 1028 .files
Croatian 1050 _datoteke
Czech 1029 _soubory
Danish 1030 -filer
Dutch 1043 _bestanden
English 1033 _files
Estonian 1061 _failid
Finnish 1035 _tiedostot
French 1036 _fichiers
German 1031 -Dateien
Greek 1032 .files
Hebrew 1037 .files
Hungarian 1038 _elemei
Italian 1040 -file
Japanese 1041 .files
Korean 1042 .files
Latvian 1062 _fails
Lithuanian 1063 _bylos
Norwegian 1044 -filer
Polish 1045 _pliki
Portuguese 2070 _ficheiros
Romanian 1048 .files
Russian 1049 .files
Serbian (Cyrillic) 3098 .files
Serbian (Latin) 2074 _fajlovi
Slovakian 1051 .files
Slovenian 1060 _datoteke
Spanish 3082 _archivos
Swedish 1053 -filer
Thai 1054 .files
Turkish 1055 _dosyalar
Ukrainian 1058 .files
Vietnamese 1066 .files

Example

This example returns the folder suffix used by the first workbook. The suffix is returned in the string variable strFolderSuffix.

strFolderSuffix = Workbooks(1).WebOptions.FolderSuffix

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