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    Senior Member DrDemento's Avatar
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    ok i have over 1300 movies on my external hardrive and i would like to make a list to take with me to the iraqi movie store so i stop buying movies i already have but i am a noob at computers so i dont know how without typing the whole list out does anyone know how i can copy the names of the movies not the movies themselves to put it into a word document ....ty for reading and for any help

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    bumpzor

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    are they in the same folder ?

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    if they're in the same folder, just create a little batch file.

    howto : http://www.bizzntech.com/2008/07/08/how-to...-in-a-directory

    i just made an excel file in which i keep track of seen movies and shows. that way i don't forget which was the last episode i saw and some other things like how many series i've got.

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    try this.. coded for u :P

    http://rapidshare.com/files/22638786...ngrar.rar.html

    u give a foldername like : E:\GamersFirst\KnightOnline\Data
    and then hit the button

    it generates a txt file in your C:\ folder named "List.txt" and appends it if u press the button again

    make sure that uve .net framework 3.5 forgot to change it

    please SCAN, try it on a safe machine to make sure its safe

    gl

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    Try this:

    Create a file called list.bat, edit it with notepad or your favorite text editor.

    Copy and paste the following code in it. Save and close the file.

    Code:
    @Echo OFF
    
    set root=%1
    
    for /r %1 %%X in (*) do (
    echo %%~nxX >> list.txt
    )
    Now open your command prompt and go to wherever your list.bat file is. Type the command:

    list <root directory>

    So if you have all your movies under, C:\Movies and you have more movies in C:\Movies\Action

    Do, list "C:\Movies"

    This will create a list.txt file in the same directory as your list.bat file. The txt file will contain all the file names for every file under the C:\Movies directory, including all those in the C:\Movies\Action directory.

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    ahhh ty guys i knew some one here would know how <3

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