Actually, a nice solution is to put a shortcut to fileNanny.exe in the sendTo folder. It works with multiple files.
You can add right-click menu choices to all file objects in:
Add a subkey whose string becomes the menu selection text. A subkey to
that key called "command" contains a string which is a command line.
where the string is:
Mo&ve to CF
where the string in "command" is:
will make a context menu selection called "Move to CF" (the "v" is
underlined and is a hotkey because of the preceding "&"). When you
select it, Filenanny.exe will run on the selected files.
You could also write a batch file to do what Filenanny.exe does, and
put that in the "command" string instead. I have several in my
context menu to quickly make a sequential backup, clear archive bits,
Here are some useful batch parameters to expand %1-%9:
%~1 Expands %1 and removes any surrounding quotation marks ("").
%~f1 Expands %1 to a fully qualified path name.
%~d1 Expands %1 to a drive letter.
%~p1 Expands %1 to a path.
%~n1 Expands %1 to a file name.
%~x1 Expands %1 to a file extension.
%~s1 Expanded path contains short names only.
%~a1 Expands %1 to file attributes.
%~t1 Expands %1 to date and time of file.
%~z1 Expands %1 to size of file.
Examples of possible combinations of modifiers and
qualifiers to get compound results:
%~dp1 Expands %1 to a drive letter and path.
%~nx1 Expands %1 to a file name and extension.
%~dp$PATH:1 Searches the directories listed in the PATH environment
variable for %1 and expands to the drive letter and path
of the first one found.
%~ftza1 Expands %1 to a dir-like output line.
Don't forget %DATE%, whose format depends on your system settings. I
use this in file archive naming. By having my system date read
YYYY-MM-DD, file backups named
OriginalFilename.%DATE%.OrigninalExtension will automatically sort by