from Windows search get the names of all the files

I am running windows 7. I did a search for all my .mp4 files and it is a big list. I want to collect the entire set of these file names into an Excel sheet (or just a list of all of them in a text file).
Anyone have any ideas on this?



When the Search Window comes up, click on File, Save Search and save it to a file. You will have to edit the file because it will save everything. But Save Search does work.



When the Search Window comes up, click on File, Save Search and save it to a file. You will have to edit the file because it will save everything. But Save Search does work.



willie108--
Nirsoft's SysExporter should do the job
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/sysexp.html

If no success look at the suggestions here
http://ask.metafilter.com/211629/Is-there-a-way-to-dump-the-results-of-a-file-search-in-Windows-7-into-a-text-file-or-spreadsheet



In the Windows Explorer address bar, type:



All great answers. Thank you.



Glad to help, Willie108

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