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Need help creating folder and file listings

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by turbo313, Dec 31, 2018.

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  1. turbo313

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    Hi,

    I am using Windows 7 Professional. I have a parent folder with MANY sub-folders (and layers of sub-folders within the sub-folders), and MANY files.

    1) I am trying to create a listing (doesn't matter if the listing output is notepad or excel or whatever) from the parent folder that shows every single file along with the folder structure for each file. I also want each file's size and timestamps.

    For example, I want to listing to look something like this - the rows are the files, and the columns are the size and timestamps:

    Size Created_Date Modified_Date Accessed_Date ContentCreated_Time

    Folder/filename1.xyz
    Folder/filename2.xyz

    Folder/Subfolder1/filename1.xyz
    Folder/Subfolder1/filename2.xyz

    Folder/Subfolder1/Subfolder1A/filename1.xyz

    Folder/Subfolder2/filename1.xyz


    2) I also want to create a listing of all folders and sub-folders, along the total size of the folders, the total number of items, and the folder creation date/time - to look something like this where the folders are the rows, and the information in the columns.


    Total_Size Total_Items Folder_Created_TimeStamp

    Folder
    Folder/Subfolder1
    Folder/Subfolder1/Subfolder1A
    Folder/Subfolder2


    Any help would be appreciated - I have tried to search but cannot figure it out exactly how I need it.

    Thanks!
     
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