Also, according to the Illustrator reference guide one must run the JS code as a string when inside vbscript. No problem but that makes for one very-very long, single line JS. For "bonus points" , how does break that down the JS into a multi-line string? My various attempts have failed. Issue may have to do it while running inside a vbscript?
Set App = CreateObject("Illustrator.Application")
Set FSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Dim SourceFolder, DestFolder, NewState, NewSection
NewState = UCase(InputBox("Current STATE or REGION to be processed.", _
"STATE or REGION", "SOCAL"))
NewSection = ("Section_" & InputBox("INPUT SECTION NUMBER: Section_YY", _
"Input Section", "32"))
Set SourceFolder = FSO.GetFolder("S:\" & NewState & "\" & NewSection & "\Road DXFs")
DestFolder = "S:\" & NewState & "\" & NewSection & "\Light TIFFs\"
' now for the JS
Yea, that's what I originally tried and UI was not getting an error but the AI Window would open asking where to save it (which means it was not finding the path correctly). But I went back again just for laughs to the original '& xxx &' method and this time it works! Oh well, must had some blank space or syntax out-a-whack.