List picture names on CD into a file 



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From the Tech Support Pits: From: Erin Re: List picture names on CD into a file Dear Webby I want the names of the pictures on some CDs listed in a file, that I can pull into a spreadsheet for sorting and finding specific pictures, without having to load all the CDs and search through each of them. I'm sure you have some trick similar to your xcopy trick. Erin Dear Erin Yes, sure. If you just want the file names, and assuming your CD is in the D: drive, use dir /b D:\ > listname1.txt then for the next CD use dir /b D:\ > listname2.txt and so on. Then you can open those text files, copy the content and paste them into a spreadsheet. Paste them into column B, and copy for example CD-1 into the cells in column A as far down as there are file names. Then do the same for the next CD file, but label each row in column A for that CD. You can even color each batch with a different background color. That way you can later sort them alphabetically, and instantly see which CD has the file you are looking for, for example, light green, CD12. Have FUN! DearWebby
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