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Use Command Prompt in Windows 10 or 7 to Create a Text File List of Filenames from a Specific Folder
There are times when you need to get a list of all the filenames that are in a particular folder. You could type them all out one by one in a text file or excel spreadsheet. However, when the folder is extremely large and has a lot of files in it, this can be a bit more cumbersome. In this guide, I will show you how to use the Command Prompt to spit out a Text File which will contain a list of all the filenames contained in a specific folder. (Note: This Guide can actually be used in any version of Windows)
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