Convert Windows Explorer displays to text files


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ragmaniac

Is there a way to create a text file from a Windows Explorer directory
display. I know that I can take a screen shot, but that is not a proper
text file without further manipulation. Answers anyone? Thank you. Hal
Mayer.
 
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Ayush

Press dir/? from a COmmand Prompt Window to see the available commands and
when you know which options you need cd to the directory and then type dir
with options + > XXX.txt EXAMPLE
C:\program files >dir > ayush.txt

OR you can use a program like Directory Printer :
http://www.spadixbd.com/freetools/jdirprint.htm

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| Is there a way to create a text file from a Windows Explorer directory
| display. I know that I can take a screen shot, but that is not a proper
| text file without further manipulation. Answers anyone? Thank you. Hal
| Mayer.
|
 
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Try Directory Report
http://www.file-utilities.com
It can save more file attributes than using the "DIR" command and
It can save its output in many formats such as txt or csv
csv is useful since it can be imported into Excel
 

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