Rick Quatro wrote: > I am looking for a command line program that will allow me to set > the modification date and time of a file.
Rick: A Google search for something like "file timestamp windows" will find hundreds of freeware Windows utilities for setting a file's timestamp arbitrarily... But if you just want to set a file's timestamp to the current time -- like the Unix "touch" command -- you can do it from the DOS command line with: copy /b FILENAME.EXT +,, Microsoft suggests this batch file to make it even easier: @echo off if %1.==. goto end if not exist %1 goto end copy /b %1 +,, > nul echo %1 touched. :end Save the file somewhere in your path as touch.bat, then just type: touch FILENAME.EXT to set FILENAME.EXT's timestamp. -Andrew