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File List with date, size, and full path info

Posted on 2012-03-29
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I need to create a list of all files in a folder & subfolder.  I need the date the file was last accessed, size, and filename with full path, exported to a text file.  The Command Prompt doesn't seem to have the appropriate set of parameters to get all of this accomplished.

Thank you in advance.

AielloJ
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by:Bill Prew
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Check out my VBS post in this thread, very close to what you need.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/MS_DOS/Q_27652087.html#a37778619

~bp
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l33tf0b earned 500 total points
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Try Karen's directory printer, has always done a decent job for me
http://www.karenware.com/powertools/ptdirprn.asp

Also the paid for version of TreeSize is pretty good and gives a lot of customisable outputs(not available in the free version though)
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Quick, versatile, and easy to use!!
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