How To Print Your Directory Tree To Text
I see you can do this buying software, but it can be done very easily with a Dos Command Statement. In fact; every Dos Command Statement can be directed to a directory and a text name.
For instance, your directory tree. At C:\> you simply type;
DIR/V > C:\DirName\TREE.TXT. DirName would be the directory you are sending the text file to. The /V stands for VERBOSE. That will give you a report that lists
Volume in drive C is BUD
Volume Serial Number is 218E-70C6
Directory of C:\
File Name Size Allocated Modified Accessed Attrib
And here you'll see in order all of the above options. Try it. You don't need the /V.
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