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dcwul62:

On multiple drives/partitions I have certain rootfolders, like x:\SomeRootFolderName\ with a lot of subfolders.
At regular intervals I create listings of the subfolder-names (not files..) including size, date/time, path and copy paste them into Excel.

Quite some click here, there select all, copy paste, browse down in Excel, then next drrive,  select/copy/paste etc.

Tried to find a tool/batch file that can do this.
Where I can edit/add the drives-folders myself and when running it generate a listing to clipboard, which i can paste into Excel?

Have looked at SMF
Thread: Create a file list from multiple folders  at  http://www.donationcoder.com/forum/index.php?topic=31520.0
but I think it can't generate a folderlisting.

Thanks!
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4wd:
SMF can do it:

Select the folder, and set it so it does folders only:
List all subfolders on multiple drives to text of csv

Click File-Information to collect, select DirGetSize & Count, then click Search
List all subfolders on multiple drives to text of csv

After it's done, select the result columns you want, first two are compulsary but that's OK atm, then press Show Report:
List all subfolders on multiple drives to text of csv

Select everything and right-click to bring up the menu:
List all subfolders on multiple drives to text of csv

Select the info you want and click Export Data:
List all subfolders on multiple drives to text of csv

It's output to the clipboard as CSV data.

tomos:
I think you have Directory Opus (?)

menu: Tools > Print/Export folder listing

there's possibly better ways, but you could filter for a non-existant filetype (see shot), then you'll only get folders.

You have the options to just show current columns or select which you want.

List all subfolders on multiple drives to text of csv

4wd:
Or yes, there's DOpus  :-[  :-\

tomos:
^SMF looks interesting :up:
(and - I'm not sure if they have Dopus)

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