How to capture file folders and file names to spreadsheet

devo

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I know this seems simple but could you some help:

I have several folders and files out on a network drive - I want to create an audit so I would like to have the folder names and the file names inside those folders in a spreadsheet- how can I capture this data.
 

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devo

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Re: How to capture file folders and file names to spreadshee

Thanks, that did the trick. I really did not want to type 120 folder names and 1300 file names. :biggrin: an added bonus was it also captured the file date, time and size :)

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