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Returns a complete and unambiguous path from a provided path specification.
The GetAbsolutePathName method syntax has these parts:
Part Description object Required. Always the name of a FileSystemObject. pathspec Required. Path specification to change to a complete and unambiguous path.
A path is complete and unambiguous if it provides a complete reference from the root of the specified drive. A complete path can only end with a path separator character (\) if it specifies the root folder of a mapped drive.
Assuming the current directory is c:\mydocuments\reports, the following table illustrates the behavior of the GetAbsolutePathName method.
pathspec Returned path "c:" "c:\mydocuments\reports" "c:.." "c:\mydocuments" "c:\\\\\\" "c:\" "c:*.*\\may97" "c:\mydocuments\reports\*.*\may97" "region1" "c:\mydocuments\reports\region1" "c:\\..\\..\\mydocuments" "c:\mydocuments"
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