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Old 03-03-2011, 06:11 PM   #5
susan_cassidy
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I'm on XP, but 'dir /B *.mobi' or 'dir /b *.mobi' works fine from the Windows command-line for me. Make sure you are on the Windows command-line, not using the "Run" menu thing.

Make sure you cd into the directory that you want to list, first. E.g. "cd /D f:\documents"

On XP, it is under Programs/Accessories/Command Prompt.
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