Create A List Of Contents

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bats

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I recently created a data c.d. with over 100 files on it .Would anyone know how I could create a List of Contents? I have tried copy function in "detail view" and this works, but I can't paste contents into Excel, "new letter", Microsoft Word , Notepad, Word pad. I was successful in doing a print screen ,this would require several prints.
The CD is a 700MB CD-RW and I used Adaptec software , the "add contents" to cover did not work. (I doubt you could read 100+ lines) . Ideally 1 full sheet of paper that I could fold and place inside, would be o.k .

OS windows 200 pro
 

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i'm sure this can be done with a simple DOS command- I had a tip on how to pull out a CD ser Number and list of contents - cant find right now 0 if i find it i'll post back
 
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You could always use the DIR command from the Command prompt. DIR > File.TXT will create a text file containing the contents of a directory/directories.
Type Dir /? at command prompt for more options.
 

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dir /s >filename.txt

this will list all the files in dir and subdirectories and output to filename.txt
 

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Thanks to everyone who took the time to reply. I tried the program MFDnSC suggested and it worked perfectly.
 
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