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' UnZip "C:\test.zip" into the folder "C:\test1"
Extract "C:\test.zip", "C:\test1"
' Extract "C:\test.cab" into the folder "C:\test2"
Extract "C:\test.cab", "C:\test2"
' Copy the contents of folder "C:\test2" to the folder "C:\test3"
Extract "C:\test2", "C:\test3"
Sub Extract( ByVal myZipFile, ByVal myTargetDir )
' Function to extract all files from a compressed "folder"
' (ZIP, CAB, etc.) using the Shell Folders' CopyHere method
' All files and folders will be extracted from the ZIP file.
' A progress bar will be displayed, and the user will be
' prompted to confirm file overwrites if necessary.
' This function can also be used to copy "normal" folders,
' if a progress bar and confirmation dialog(s) are required:
' just use a folder path for the "myZipFile" argument.
' myZipFile [string] the (path and) file name of the ZIP file
' myTargetDir [string] the path of the (existing) destination folder
' Based on an article by Gerald Gibson Jr.:
' Written by Rob van der Woude
Dim intOptions, objShell, objSource, objTarget
' Create the required Shell objects
Set objShell = CreateObject( "Shell.Application" )
' Create a reference to the files and folders in the ZIP file
Set objSource = objShell.NameSpace( myZipFile ).Items( )
' Create a reference to the target folder
Set objTarget = objShell.NameSpace( myTargetDir )
' These are the available CopyHere options, according to MSDN
' On my test systems, however, the options were completely ignored.
' 4: Do not display a progress dialog box.
' 8: Give the file a new name in a move, copy, or rename
' operation if a file with the target name already exists.
' 16: Click "Yes to All" in any dialog box that is displayed.
' 64: Preserve undo information, if possible.
' 128: Perform the operation on files only if a wildcard file
' name (*.*) is specified.
' 256: Display a progress dialog box but do not show the file
' 512: Do not confirm the creation of a new directory if the
' operation requires one to be created.
' 1024: Do not display a user interface if an error occurs.
' 4096: Only operate in the local directory.
' Don't operate recursively into subdirectories.
' 9182: Do not copy connected files as a group.
' Only copy the specified files.
intOptions = 256
' UnZIP the files
objTarget.CopyHere objSource, intOptions
' Release the objects
Set objSource = Nothing
Set objTarget = Nothing
Set objShell = Nothing
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