Manually (in Explorer) it's two operations for each name (select all folders in the right pane and move to FOLDER; then delete Name. It might make sense to work with an intermediate folder to move to, to prevent confusion between folders that have been moved already (old Folders) and folders that still should be moved (old Names). For 100 Names I'd say it's done in less than an hour.
If you don't want to do it manually, write a vbscript using the filesystem object. It's a powerful technique but it might take you a night or two to grasp it, depending on your programming compentencies.
So the situation i have is like this. I have a folder hierarchy that looks like:
And I want it to look like:
basically just move the immediate subfolder in each folder up one level. There are hundreds of these in FOLDER and need them all moved like this without messing up the rest of the structure. Just need to take out "Name" pretty much.
Anyone know of an easy way to do this (not manually) or a program or something? I have found many programs that will pull the files up a level but I need the folder structure to remain the same and not just bring the files up.
I feel like this description is kind of confusing but its the best I could do. Thanks.