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Old December 14th 06, 06:53 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
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Default Creating the same subfolder in many folders

I'm trying to create a subfolder that will be in many folders. Is
there an easy way to do this or am I stuck to creating each subfolder
individually within each folder?

An example of what I'm trying to do: have the folders "alpha", "beta",
and "gamma" each get a subfolder called "test." But I don't want to
have to create a new subfolder manually within "alpha", "beta", and
"gamma."

Can anyone help?? Thanks!

adh

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Old December 14th 06, 07:36 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
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Default Creating the same subfolder in many folders

Replied to ]s message :
I'm trying to create a subfolder that will be in many folders. Is
there an easy way to do this or am I stuck to creating each subfolder
individually within each folder?


This will add a context menu item to folder's context menu that will make a folder
named test inside that folder :

Click Start Run Copy/Paste the following CLick OK
reg add "HKCR\Folder\shell\Make_Test_Folder\command" /ve /d "cmd.exe /c md test"



To remove the item :
Click STart Run :
reg delete "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Folder\shell\Make_Test_Fold er\"





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Old December 14th 06, 07:52 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
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Default Creating the same subfolder in many folders

What about creating a Test Folder once and then click Copy and after that
only click Paste and Paste in each and every folder you want to place it.

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" wrote:

I'm trying to create a subfolder that will be in many folders. Is
there an easy way to do this or am I stuck to creating each subfolder
individually within each folder?

An example of what I'm trying to do: have the folders "alpha", "beta",
and "gamma" each get a subfolder called "test." But I don't want to
have to create a new subfolder manually within "alpha", "beta", and
"gamma."

Can anyone help?? Thanks!

adh


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Old February 22nd 11, 02:49 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics
andre[_2_]
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Default Creating the same subfolder in many folders

Ayush wrote on 12/14/2006 14:36 ET :
Replied to []s message :
I'm trying to create a subfolder that will be in many folders. Is
there an easy way to do this or am I stuck to creating each subfolder
individually within each folder?



This will add a context menu item to folder's context menu that will make a
folder
named test inside that folder :

Click Start Run Copy/Paste the following CLick OK
reg add "HKCRFoldershellMake_Test_Foldercommand" /ve /d
"cmd.exe /c md test"



To remove the item :
Click STart Run :
reg delete "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTFoldershellMake_Test_Folder"





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Great tip Ayush! However, it does not allow me to do it in bulk. I did what
you
said, then selected all of the folders I wanted to have the assigned
subfolder,
and finally tried to apply the action through the context menu. Voil
 




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