In the parent directory, execute:
dir /s > foo.txt
If the files are already on the CD, t may take a few minutes to run,
especially on a CD, and you can't write the list file to the CD, so
you'd need to add a directory and path to the text file name.
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On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 1:45 PM, Paul Kent<jopakent at comcast.net> wrote:
> I'm getting ready to send off a CD to my client's customer and have been
> asked to provide a list of files on the CD.
> I've got a vague recollection of a DOS command that would list all of the
> files in a directory and it's subdirectories and pipe them to a txt file, but
> its been err, well, a bit longer than a week or two since I've used that
> I'm thinking it's something like
> Dir *.* <a switch that means look down thru all subdirs> >list.txt
> That command would do a directory of everything in the folder and it's
> subdirectories and pipe them to a txt file.
> Can someone help me with the correct syntax for the DOS command or an easier
> way to do this with the magic of Windows (XP and Office 2003 in case that
> makes a difference)?
> Plz reply directly as I'm on digest and kind of need to get crackin on this
> today if at all possible.
> Thanks in advance.
> J. Paul Kent
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