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Re: Export file names viewed in Win Explorer

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PvdG42

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"mOOiOOm" <mOOiOOm@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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> I would like to export the list of files (details) in a directory, viewed
> in
> Win.Explorer, to Excell or Word. In DOS you could DIR and redirect output
> to
> a text file.
Very interesting question that I can't answer. I'd sure like to find an
answer, though. I'm cross posting this to a couple of groups that are more
topical.
 

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Gordon

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"PvdG42" <pvdg@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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>
> "mOOiOOm" <mOOiOOm@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> news:828EAB9C-72B3-43EC-A254-46FC5E588C5D@xxxxxx

>> I would like to export the list of files (details) in a directory, viewed
>> in
>> Win.Explorer, to Excell or Word. In DOS you could DIR and redirect output
>> to
>> a text file.
>
> Very interesting question that I can't answer. I'd sure like to find an
> answer, though. I'm cross posting this to a couple of groups that are more
> topical.
>
>
You can still do this in Vista. Open a command prompt, navigate to the
parent folder and then do "dir >{whatever you want to call it}.txt"

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Kelly

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"PvdG42" <pvdg@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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>
> "mOOiOOm" <mOOiOOm@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> news:828EAB9C-72B3-43EC-A254-46FC5E588C5D@xxxxxx

>> I would like to export the list of files (details) in a directory, viewed
>> in
>> Win.Explorer, to Excell or Word. In DOS you could DIR and redirect output
>> to
>> a text file.
>
> Very interesting question that I can't answer. I'd sure like to find an
> answer, though. I'm cross posting this to a couple of groups that are more
> topical.
>
>
>
 

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