Instead of the dir command, for what you want, I think SEARCH will do the job.
In Explorer select C: then hit the search button, then All files and folders, type in *.txt in the first box.
Now scroll down for more options, click When was it modified, expand the window vertically some more, click Specify dates and the rest will be obvious, I hope
If dir is your preferred way, then the alternative, without the need to use |P(ause) or |More is write the list to a file
dir c:\*.txt /s /od /on > c:\MyTxtDir.txt
and if you want to append some other lines, then insted of > write >> to a file
dir c:\*.doc /s /od /on >> c:\MyTxtDir.txt
The list will be separated by folders. If you want to get rid of folders, the only way I can suggest at this time is take the list to Word or Excel and do some massive find and replace to get rid of all the folder names. In excel you can filter out lines which aren't file names.
Edited by tos226, 17 December 2006 - 10:08 PM.