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    To open a folder with the SfxExecuteAfter property (ExecuteAfter for Xceed Zip for .NET), you need to separate the executable name from the folder name with a pipe (|). For example:

    Xceed Zip ActiveX :
    XceedZip1.SfxExecuteAfter = “explorer.exe|d:\test”

    Xceed Zip for .NET and Xceed Zip for .NET Compact Framework
    //sfx is of type XceedSfxPrefix
    sfx.ExecuteAfter.Add( “explorer.exe|d:\\test” );

    Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Xceed admin (had 1996 views)

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