Print filename to notepada

Hello experts, i have more than two thousands midi file in my C:\music directory, now i am copying down the file name one by one which i think a very time-consuming work, any idea how to copy the file name and paste into notepad? thank you
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
This should compose a list for you

Dim FileName as string
Dim f as Integer
f = Freefile
Open "MyMidiList.txt" for output as #f
FileName = Dir$("C:\music directory\*.mid")
Do Until FileName = ""
Print #f, FileName
FileName = Dir$()
Loop
Close #f
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vinnyd79Commented:

Private Sub Command1_Click()
Shell Environ("Comspec") & " /c dir /b C:\Music\*.mid > C:\MyList.txt", vbHide
End Sub
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ToolManCommented:
Hi,
the easiest way to put all the filenames to a textfile would be just typing the dos command what vinnyd79 wrote into a dosshell and you are ready

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TooKoolKrisCommented:
You don't need a script to do this.

Just go to a DOS prompt and type the following once you move to the C:\music directory

C:\music>dir > text.txt

This will send the output of typing the dir command straight into a text file that it drops on the root of the C: drive.
You can then open it in notepad and edit.
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vinnyd79Commented:
>>  Just go to a DOS prompt and type the following

Why type it when you can just press a button instead?

Also if you are in the music directory and specify just a filename without a path,it will put it in the Music directory and not the root of C:
Also,you need to specify the /b switch to get just the filenames.
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TooKoolKrisCommented:
Gee did you run my post through the spellchecker as well to make sure I don't have any mistakes with my spelling? You should be thourough you know.
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vinnyd79Commented:
"thourough" should be "thorough"
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
Word spellchecker set to English(United Kingdom) prefers 'thorough' to 'thourough'.
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TooKoolKrisCommented:
lol
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