VBA: Create Folder and Add Documents According to Excel Unique ID

Kiss the Krogan

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Hi Everyone,

I've done some searching but am not getting anywhere with my requirements. I am hoping someone can help.

I have a Power Query which identifies new members. These members need cards printed and there are two files the printer needs: the new member photo and the new member signature.

In the report/query I have a unique ID column (named "Temporary Number"). I also have a column identifying the Print Batch we are currently working on.

All of the application documents live in a central location on SharePoint and each individual folder is named with the Temporary number.
Each document in the folder is identified with the temporary number and the type of document it is. For example T10000_SIG.JPG is the signature file and T10000_PHOTO.JPG is the picture of the new member.

/00 Documents/T10000/T10000_SIG.JPG
/00 Documents/T10000/T10000_PHOTO.JPG
/00 Documents/T10001/T10001_SIG.JPG
/00 Documents/T10001/T10001_PHOTO.JPG

The complete path would look something like this:

https://mycompany.sharepoint.com/sites/CRORegionalandHomeOffices/CRO Database/Regional Offices/00 Documents/[Temporary Number]/[Temporary Number]_SIG.JPG.

Here is what I need the code to do:
1) I need it to create a new folder named after the current print batch
2) Using the Temporary Number in the current query/report, I need it to collect the 2 required documents from their folders (Temporary Number_SIG.JPG and Temporary Number_PHOTO.JPG) and copy them to the new, Print Batch folder it just created.

Here is where I need the new folder created and stored:

https://mycompany.sharepoint.com/sites/CRORegionalandHomeOffices/CRO Database/Administration/CRO Card Ordering/Print Batches/


I hope this makes sense to everyone and I am hoping someone can help!


KTK
 

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