As suggested, by Novacain, I started using ????? for wildcards, but it seems it matches only under these conditions:
c:\\???.html -- only matches c:\\dog.html or any other 3 letters/numbers
File path lengths vary, of course, so how would I use wild cards to match variable file path lengths???
By the way...
Of course, wildcards don't only match 3 letters/numbers. I just happened to used 3 in my example. (Just clearing things up). It seems as if the number of ??? must equal the number of wildcard characters, is another way of putting it.
Use the asterick: c:\\windows\\desktop\\*.html
Sorry I did not explain well enough
* == any number of characters
? == one character