Re: [NTO] contents of folder to text file
- Whoopee! That worked!! Thanks to Greg and everyone else who
responded. Sorry I didn't pick up on that from the other thread. I
wasn't really following it at the time.
--- Greg Chapman <gregchapmanuk@...> wrote:
> Hi sisterscape,____________________________________________________________________________________
> If you were following the "Properties" thread you'll know that I
> by the freeware xplorer2 Lite (http://www.zabkat.com/x2lite.htm).
> "Copy Columns" on the Edit menu will do the trick!
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- How about dir > filename.txt from a dos prompt?
Sometimes the old DOS commands get overlooked :-)
> Please tell me there is a solution to my predicament.
> Is there a way to convert the contents of a WinXP folder in 'details'
> view to a text file? I have to add the 'date picture taken' to
> hundreds of photos on a website and a straight copy and paste would
> make my job soooo much easier.
> Holding my breath for the answer . . . thanks.
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- Hi Tim,
On 07 Dec 06 20:51 "prog@..." <prog@...>
> How about dir > filename.txt from a dos prompt?Keep up at the back! Read the question!
> Sometimes the old DOS commands get overlooked :-)
> > I have to add the 'date picture taken'DOS won't do that!
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