The Folder object provides access to all the properties of a folder.
This object is created by the FileSystemObject.GetFolder().
The folder passed is the name the folder for which you want to create a JScript object.
|Copy()||Copies the folder from one location to another|
|Delete()||Deletes the specified folder|
|Move()||Moves the specified folder|
|Attributes||Sets or returns the file system attributes of the folder|
|DateCreated||Returns the date the folder was created|
|DateLastAccessed||Returns the date the folder was last accessed|
|DateLastModified||Returns the date the folder was last modified|
|Drive||Returns the drive on which the folder is located|
|Files||Returns a Files collection containing all the File objects in the folder|
|IsRootFolder||Returns true if the folder is the root folder, false otherwise|
|Name||Sets or returns the name of the folder|
|ParentFolder||Returns a folder object for the parent folder of the folder|
|Path||Returns the path to the folder|
|ShortName||Returns the 8.3 version of the name of the folder|
|ShortPath||Returns the 8.3 version of the path to the folder|
|Size||Returns the byte size of all the contents of the folder|
|SubFolders||Returns a Folders collection of all the folders contained in the folder|
|Type||Returns the type of folder|