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Looks like I still dont have a final solution for a custom directory list :(

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Sorry:  I tried to explain it as best I could.-questorfla (April 30, 2013, 07:41 PM)
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That's the thing, if you can provide us with a sample of the directory structure you're working with, you won't have to explain it; we'll be able to visualise it.  So, in a new folder, build a small sample of what you work with.  Then, go to the root of this sample in a command prompt and use the "tree /a /f" command to display a nicely formatted output that we can interpret.  After that, give us an output based upon your sample directory.

In other words, show us your starting point and your ending point and we'll figure out the route between them.  =]

I'll try a different track:

I took a sample small directory set and did a filter for "New Text Document.txt"

Karen's Dir. Printer produced the following:

C:\Documents and Settings\user\Desktop\Data\New Text Document.txt
C:\Documents and Settings\user\Desktop\Data\Processed\New Text Document.txt
C:\Documents and Settings\user\Desktop\Data\Mon\New Text Document.txt

Aka it dug up only the copies of your file, and left the rest alone. Is that what you wanted?


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