Diane Question on "Use in a Run a Script Rule"

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Jeff Rott

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Diane, I tried the code on Slipstick: Use in a Run a Script Rule and it works great, however I could really use the time in the file name as well. I have tried every Date/Time trick I know, but just can't seem to get the DateLastModified's time stamp to come up. I am sure it is simple, but I'm stuck. Thanks, Jeff

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Does a date come up, just not the date you expect? What is the file type? In my tests some of the file types used the received date as the modified date.

If no date, Add a debug.print DateFormat after the format is set and then look in the immediate winodw (Ctrl+G in the VB Editor) - does the print to the window?
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