The problem I see here is that I don't use such a filing software. I let my orginizing fix this issue and can use command lines to find a wayward file.
I have been sorting through and organizing 60 gigs worth of files. I have placing the files in hundreds of newly created folders. I have gotten to the point where I know what folder a specific file should be, but what I'd really like to do is be able to be able to view (and print) an outline which lists all the folders and the files within. Is this possible?
I really appreciate your help,
Put another way, I have developed a Dewey-decimal like way of storing files (so I know where everything should be) but I'd like a list of everything in the library.
you could make use of the command prompt and the following commands for a graphic listing:
c: / (takes you to the root of the drive, change to the drive you prefer)
tree > c_tree.txt /f /a (creates a file named c_tree.txt in the root directory - if you have lots of files it can get quite large. If the file already exists it will overwrite it.)
The above can be modified however you prefer such as listing any specific drive or directory (folder) and everything under it such as:
then change to the data directory
cd data (gives a prompt of C:\data> )
then the tree command
tree > c_tree.txt /f /a
Like Bob however, I can't see much use for such a thing.
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