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    Windows TREE command

    Hello,

    MS-DOS has a nice command "tree" which gives you a visual hierarchical breakdown of your file structure.

    If you export that to a text file though it messes up. You can choose an ASCII option but it isn't very attractive or easy to view, plus vertically spans many pages (would be nice to have horizontal view option).

    Is there a tool within XP, and if not a free download which can do the same?

    Bob.

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    Re: Windows TREE command

    Not exactly what you ask, but Karen's Directory Printer is a very nice <img src=/S/free.gif border=0 alt=free width=30 height=15> utility to print a folder structure, or save it to disk. It has lots of options.

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