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Can we use OS environment variables for paths in macros?


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  • 3 weeks later...

Of course you can. You should do some simple tests before posting. Use TextBox Display and enter %Temp% in the box content. Much quicker than asking the question here.

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I have this is a MEP script. It is a one liner (Text Box Display) - I use it a reference

 

ALLUSERSPROFILE = %ALLUSERSPROFILE%

APPDATA = %APPDATA%

LOCALAPPDATA = %LOCALAPPDATA%

COMPUTERNAME = %COMPUTERNAME%

COMMONPROGRAMFILES = %COMMONPROGRAMFILES%

COMSPEC = %COMSPEC%

HOMEDRIVE = %HOMEDRIVE%

HOMEPATH = %HOMEPATH%

OS = %OS%

PATH = %PATH%

PATHEXT = %PATHEXT%

PUBLIC = %PUBLIC%

PROGRAMFILES = %PROGRAMFILES%

SYSTEMDRIVE = %SYSTEMDRIVE%

SYSTEMROOT = %SYSTEMROOT%

TEMP = %TEMP%

TMP = %TMP%

USERNAME = %USERNAME%

USERPROFILE = %USERPROFILE%

WINDIR = %WINDIR%

 

Other Examples I've used are:

--- Desktop
%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\

--- Documents
%USERPROFILE%\Documents\

--- Favorites
%USERPROFILE%\Favorites\

--- Pictures
%USERPROFILE%\Pictures\

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