January 19, 2015

Windows: Copy all file names in a folder

Hi friends,

I’ve got a requirement like, I want to copy all the file names from a folder in Windows.

After searching from Google, I’ve got one of the quick solution which is being described below


Navigate to the folder where you want to copy all the file name in “Windows Explorer”

Select all the files (Key Board (KB) Shortcut: Ctrl + a)

Press and hold the “Shift” key on your keyboard

Right click your mouse by pointing to any one of the selected file

From the context menu, select the option “Copy as path”

Now, open “Notepad”

Paste the content (KB Shortcut: Ctrl + v)

Now, you will be able to see all the file name with full path

You can remove the folder path, if you don’t want the full path

Enjoy guys Smile

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