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#1 : 08/12-17 08:36
c.v.horie
c.v.horie
Posts: 2
This may be outside the scope of this useful tool.

I often need to create a collection of folders, e.g. R900, R901, ..R950. This is a list of illustrations in a book, each of which has associated images, background data etc. It would be even more useful if I could create a nest of folders for each one, e.g. R900>(images, analysis, copyright, background).

Can Advanced Renamer do this? If not, it would be a useful feature.
Or is there already another program that achieves this?

Thank you


08/12-17 08:36 - edited 08/12-17 08:39
#2 : 08/12-17 09:50
Stefan
Stefan
Posts: 264
Reply to #1:
 
Hi,

you could just utilize a DOS batch like this:



:: --------------------------------------
@ECHO OFF

REM CreateFolders.CMD
REM Batch to create many folder.
REM R900>(images, analysis, copyright, background).


REM Path to wanted directory with trailing backslash:
SET Main=D:\Rive\path to main\
REM Or use the current folder with this batch:
SET Main=


REM Name of the wanted top level folder:
SET TopL=R904

ECHO Double check: "%Main%%TopL%\new folders"
PAUSE



REM make dir's:
MD "%Main%%TopL%\images"
MD "%Main%%TopL%\analysis"
MD "%Main%%TopL%\copyright"
MD "%Main%%TopL%\background"




ECHO Done
PAUSE
:: --------------------------------------




Save everything between that '::-----' lines
as 'CreateFolders.CMD' to an empty folder
and next double click that batch file.



  

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08/12-17 09:50 - edited 08/12-17 09:54
#3 : 16/01-18 11:07
Cynthia Angela
Cynthia Angela
Posts: 7
Reply to #2:
I was also Searching for this type of file naming. Thank you. and it work for me.


16/01-18 11:07