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Author: samdiaz Posted On: November 28th, 2012 In:Tips and Tricks

Ever need to make a list of files you have in a folder?


Simply open up a command prompt window, browse to the folder you wish to list, and type the following:

dir /a /b /-p /o >filelisting.txt

This will create a TXT file with the names of any and every folder and file in that directory.

One Response to File listing in DOS

  • Johng457

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