Hey, Scripting Guy! How can I get a list of all the .pst files on a computer – along with their size and their location – and then save that information to a comma-separated values file?— DC
Hey, DC. If you hang around baseball fields long enough sooner or later you’ll hear someone use the expression “tailor-made.” Typically what they are referring to is not some player’s uniform but a ground ball that is doomed to be turned into a double play.
Hey, Scripting Guy! How can I print a test page to a printer?— RR
Hey, RR. As long as you’re running Windows XP this is an easy one; that’s because the revised Win32_Printer class introduced in Windows XP includes a method called PrintTestPage.
Hey, Scripting Guy! How can I convert a comma-separated values file to a tab-separated values file?— RV
Hey, RV. Depending on the nature of your comma-separated values (CSV) file this is either very easy or a little bit tricky. Let’s follow the Scripting Guys Philosophy of Life and look at the easy one first.
Hey Scripting Guy! How can I delete a folder and all its subfolders?— FB
Hey, FB. You know, a lot of people think the Scripting Guys know everything there is to know about scripting. Let’s put it this way: we wish.
Hey, Scripting Guy! Is there any way to monitor a folder for file creations and deletions, all with just one script?
Hey, HA. By the way, thanks for the question: you temporarily saved us from answering a different question,