Returns a Variant (String) representing the current path.
CurDir [ (drive) ]
The optional drive argument is a string expression that specifies an existing drive. If no drive is specified or if drive is a zero-length string (""), CurDir returns the path for the current drive. On the Macintosh, CurDir ignores any drive specified and simply returns the path for the current drive.
This example uses the CurDir function to return the current path. On the Macintosh, drive specifications given to CurDir are ignored. The default drive name is HD, and portions of the pathname are separated by colons instead of backslashes. Similarly, you would specify Macintosh folders instead of \Windows.
' Assume current path on C drive is "C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM" (on Microsoft Windows). ' Assume current path on D drive is "D:\EXCEL". ' Assume C is the current drive. Dim MyPath MyPath = CurDir ' Returns "C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM". MyPath = CurDir("C") ' Returns "C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM". MyPath = CurDir("D") ' Returns "D:\EXCEL".
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