Copy Windows file lists into Microsoft Excel
- Save a Windows file list in an open Microsoft Excel Workbook
- Save a new Excel Workbook with a file list table
- Import file lists into an existing file list in Excel
- Show over 700 file properties in an Excel table
- Create hyperlinks and open files from Excel
How to copy Windows Explorer file names to Excel file lists
Drag and drop files or folders from Windows Explorer onto DDFileCatcher and then export the file list to Excel. You can create a report based on Windows Explorer searches by selecting all the files from the search and adding them to DDFileCatcher.
Add file list tables to an Excel Worksheet at the cell of your choice. Just select the cell where you want the table to start, and click the "send" button. DDFileCatcher also saves file lists in new Excel Workbooks without the need to open Excel. Copy filenames, filepaths and choose from over 700 other properties to list in Excel.
Add more file records to existing file list tables
DDFileCatcher recognizes the file properties in existing file list tables in Excel, and will append the tables with new file records with the same file properties. It can also replace records in an existing file list with new files.
Open files from Excel using hyperlinks
DDFileCatcher can save files as hyperlinks in Excel so you can open the files directly from the spreadsheet open the files from Excel.
Make file list reports in other formats
Other built-in output formats include Microsoft Word, OpenOffice or LibreOffice Calc and Writer, XML, CSV, TSV files, and templates you design yourself. DDFileCatcher uses several ways to collect files, including drag and drop from Windows Explorer. It gives a choice from over 700 file properties, and saves file lists in Microsoft Excel in tables.