How to Export your Files or Folders from Windows Explorer into a Text File

Learn how you can export a list of folders or a list of files from any directory (directories are also known as folders) on a Windows PC into a text file. Afterwards you can import the exported data into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet or into Google Docs Spreadsheet application.

 

 

 

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