|Thanks for the response nbrane. |
I wish I knew more about batch code. I will have to spend some time in the future learning more about the code.
The code you suggested creates a folder "copdfiles" in the directory that the batch file is located but does nothing else.
I did some searching and tried to edit other's suggested code and came up with the code below, but it shows that the files are not found if they are in a subdirectory.
Anyway thanks again for your response.
for /f %%a in (F:\Reports\FileList.txt) do (
xcopy %%a F:\Reports\CopiedFiles