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webpart to automatically generate folder structure in Document Management

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Is there a way to have a webpart/link/code/whatever to automatically generate a folder structure for new document libraries?

Example:

directory structure
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Jamie McAllister MVP earned 500 total points
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My org does it with a simple workflow. The action is 'Create List Item' and you set the content type of the item to Folder and the name to whatever you want.

Add several of these activities and run the workflow in new libraries or sub folders as you need.

User can execute from the ribbon button.
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