Copy file names into Excel using DDFileCatcher

copy file names to excel with ddfilecatcher
  • Copy file names from Windows Explorer into Excel
  • Copy file names into Excel from search results
  • Search folders and drives and save copy file names into Excel
  • Saves files in Excel Workbook XLSX format
  • Choose from over 700 file properties to display when you copy file names into Excel worksheets

How to copy file names into Excel from Windows Explorer

To copy file names into Excel from Windows Explorer, simply drag and drop files and folders from Windows Explorer onto DDFileCatcher. Select Microsoft Excel XLSX Workbook as the output format for the file names and click the "Save file list to Disk File " button. If you don't want to copy just file names to Excel, you can choose from over 700 other file properties to add. Try it for free for 30 days.

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