Listing files using dir /s

This question is more out of curiosity, mainly because I could not make it work.  I am sure there is a batch file to do this, but I wonder if there is a command line command to; display only the file names under each subdirectory.  It would be a: dir /b  but once I add /s then the subdirectory path is listed for each file.
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Paste the script below into a text file with a .cmd extension.  Customize the value of the folder variable with the location of the folder to search under.  Running the script will echo just the filenames.

@echo off
set folder=c:\files
for /F "tokens=*" %%G in ('dir "%folder%" /A:-D /B /S') do echo %%~nxG

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dir/s/w will give you only the file names
chimaAuthor Commented:
Shift-3, I will try this later on in the day.  silemone, thank you I appreciate your response.
good luck

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