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I want to open C:Projects

and for each Project in Projects, create a new folder with the actual month (e.g. "03" or "12")

Im running the Makro from a file where I'd like to put the month in a cell -> so the code refers to cell("A1") wich has value 01 and creates a folder "01" in every projectfolder in C:Projects

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