You can do it from the command line, creating a list file to copy to the
clipboard, or insert into the document.
Rightclick one of the files, and Properties. Copy the 'Location' to the
Open a Command Prompt, and type"
"dir" [SPACE] " /b" [SPACE] [no quotes - and then paste location (press
Alt-space, press e, press p)]
[SPACE] " >" [SPACE] " list.txt" [ no quotes- and hit [ENTER] ]
This is a creating a file named 'list.txt" in your user ID folder. Once you
have this listing, Word has some very powerful data handling tools for using
it. Macro language, tables, merging, and others that can access the file to
insert it into your documents.
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Mark L. Ferguson
"Paul Kraemer" <PaulKraemer@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> I am using Windows Vista. I have a folder with twenty files in it. I
> like to create a MS Word document that contains a listing of the filenames
> this folder. Can anyone tell me if there is a way I can copy and paste
> twenty filenames into my word document at once? I just want the
> filenames -
> I don't want links to the files or any content within the files. So far,
> quickest way I have figured out to do this is to copy and paste one
> at a time.
> Thanks in advance,
> Paul Kraemer