Convert Windows Explorer displays to text files


R

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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