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Neil 02/08/2007 05:17 pm
Is there any way to name folders 08,09,10 etc?

I'm using the following line to place in stuff in folders named by the day but that gives me 8,9,10 which doesn't sort properly

Additional=AutoExport=D:\Obits\2007\01Jan{:day}\;101

Secondly, is there something I could add to the the above line that would save files as .mht? I've read about 'Put files to' but I'm not sure how use it.

Thanks

Oleg Chernavin 02/09/2007 04:07 am
You can use {:0day} macro for this. Please look in the Help file for the AUtoExport feature to see the explanation of all its parameters.

Best regards,
Oleg Chernavin
MP Staff
Neil 02/09/2007 02:39 pm
Isn't {:0day} going to give 010, 011 etc?

Will this save as .mht "Additional=AutoExport=D:\Obits\2007\01Jan{:day}\;1012"?
Oleg Chernavin 02/09/2007 05:32 pm
> Isn't {:0day} going to give 010, 011 etc?

It will give you:

01, 02, 03,...., 09, 10, 11, ...., 31

> Will this save as .mht "Additional=AutoExport=D:\Obits\2007\01Jan{:day}\;1012"?

Yes, I would suggest you to change it to include .mht extension:

Additional=AutoExport=D:\Obits\2007\01Jan{:day}.mht;1012

Oleg.