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In the Windows command prompt, you can use "tree /F" to view a tree of the current folder and all descending files & folders.

In File Explorer under Windows 8.1:

  • Select folder
  • Press Shift, right-click the mouse, and select "Open command window here"
  • Type tree /f > tree.txt and press Enter
  • Use MS Word to open "tree.txt"
  • The dialog box "File Conversion - tree.txt" will open
  • For "Text encoding" tick the "MS-DOS" option

You now have an editable tree structure file.

This works for versions of Windows from Windows XP to Windows 10.

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