We know you don’t need to be reminded that the administrative part of your job is one of the more unpleasant bits, at least one of the more boring parts of your work. One task that is particularly dull is creating different folders for all your employees, projects, and organizational needs. Microsoft Excel, however, makes it much easier to handle this mundane task—and you’ll feel like a pro for using it in this way.
Yes, that’s right. You won’t have to manually create and name each individual folder you need. Excel can handle this task automatically with the right trick up your sleeve. You can create a Windows Batch file, which is a file that contains a script for executing predetermined commands in a specific order.
Here’s the process you need to follow:
Follow our steps carefully and you too can create folders in this way. And, of course, if it’s just not working for you for some reason, we’re happy to walk you through the process! Just give us a call at 094 90 48200 .
About the author
Michael is the CTO at Aniar IT Services and has been working in IT for over 20 years.
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