Make lists of Windows files in Microsoft Word with DDFileCatcher
DDFileCatcher is an application that lists Windows files and makes tables in Microsoft Word containing the file information.
Using the "Hyperlink on filename" property allows files to be opened from within a Word document.
To add more files to the table at a later date, just put the text cursor in the table, and DDFileCatcher will add rows with the same file properties used in the table.
The 3 ways to make a file list table in Microsoft Word are:
Save the file list to a new Word DOCX Document
Add files to the file list in DDFileCatcher, select from over file 700 file properties for the file list table.
Choose the "Microsoft Word DOCX document" output format. Check the box to add headings to the table, and click the save button.
Insert a file list to an existing Word document
Select the "Word table (in running Word)" option on the output tab. Open the Word document and put the text cursor where you want the table to appear. Follow the instructions and then click the "Send file list to Word" button.
Add files to an existing file list table in a Word Document
Put the text cursor in an existing file list table in Word that was made by DDFileCatcher, and click the "Send file list to Word" button.
DDFileCatcher will automatically add the same file properties that are in the existing file list table, and add rows to the end of the table.