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Old 09-24-2020, 06:46 AM
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The code traverses all the files in the folder and its subfolders and extracts the relevant information of the files. I want to make modifications based on the generated results. Column B is the file name of the extracted file. How to base the file name Add a hyperlink to the path where the file is located, so that you can open the corresponding file by directly clicking on a file name. Thank you!





Thank you very much for your help, your code solved my problem.
If you donít mind, can you help me solve a few further problems? Modified on the basis of this code to achieve the following 4 purposes:



The first one: The data in column D generated by the code is named path, but all the addresses in this column know the folder, and now I want to modify the path of each file to the full path name, that is, there is a file after the original path file name. That is to say, this path is a hyperlink and you can click to open the file directly, but the data in column D shows the complete path.



The second one: add an E column named the creation date of the file. After traversing each file, the creation date of each corresponding file is generated in this column.



Third: Add a column F named file modification date. After traversing each file, the last modification date of each corresponding file is generated in this column.



Fourth: Add a G column named file size, and generate the file size of each corresponding file in this column after traversing each file.

Thanks again, hope to help me!










  1. Dim jg(), k&, tms#
  2. Sub ListFilesFso()
  3. sb& = InputBox("Search Type: AllFiles=0/Files=1/Folder=-1/All Folder=-2", "Find Files", 0)
  4. SpFile$ = InputBox("typeoffiles", "Find Files", ".xl")
  5. If SpFile Like ".*" Then SpFile = LCase(SpFile) & "*"
  6. With Application.FileDialog(msoFileDialogFolderPicker)
  7. If .Show Then myPath$ = .SelectedItems(1) Else Exit Sub
  8. End With
  9. If Right(myPath, 1) <> "" Then myPath = myPath & ""
  10. ReDim jg(65535, 3)
  11. jg(0, 0) = "Ext": jg(0, 1) = IIf(sb < 0, IIf(Len(SpFile), "Filename", "No"), "Filename")
  12. jg(0, 2) = "Folder": jg(0, 3) = "Path"
  13. tms = Timer: k = 0: Call ListAllFso(myPath, sb, SpFile)
  14. If sb < 0 And Len(SpFile) = 0 Then Application.StatusBar = "Get " & k & " Folders."
  15. [a1].CurrentRegion = "": [a1].Resize(k + 1, 4) = jg: [a1].CurrentRegion.AutoFilter Field:=1
  16. End Sub
  17. Function ListAllFso(myPath$, Optional sb& = 0, Optional SpFile$ = "")
  18. Set fld = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject").GetFold er(myPath)
  19. On Error Resume Next
  20. If sb >= 0 Or Len(SpFile) Then
  21. For Each f In fld.Files
  22. t = False
  23. n = InStrRev(f.Name, "."): fnm = Left(f.Name, n - 1): x = LCase(Mid(f.Name, n))
  24. If Err.Number Then Err.Clear
  25. If SpFile = " " Then
  26. t = True
  27. ElseIf SpFile Like ".*" Then
  28. If x Like SpFile Then t = True
  29. Else
  30. If InStr(fnm, SpFile) Then t = True
  31. End If
  32. If t Then k = k + 1: jg(k, 0) = x: jg(k, 1) = "'" & fnm: jg(k, 2) = fld.Name: jg(k, 3) = fld.Path
  33. Next
  34. Application.StatusBar = Format(Timer - tms, "0.0s") & " Get " & k & " Files , Searching in Folder ... " & fld.Path
  35. End If
  36. For Each fd In fld.SubFolders
  37. If sb < 0 And Len(SpFile) = 0 Then k = k + 1: jg(k, 0) = "fld": jg(k, 1) = k: jg(k, 2) = fd.Name: jg(k, 3) = fld.Path
  38. If sb Mod 2 = 0 Then Call ListAllFso(fd.Path, sb, SpFile)
  39. Next
  40. End Function

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Old 09-24-2020, 11:17 AM
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put before end sub
Code:
    With ActiveSheet
    For Each cel In .Range("B2", .Range("B" & .Rows.Count).End(xlUp))
        .Hyperlinks.Add Anchor:=.Cells(cel.Row, cel.Column), Address:=cel.Offset(, 2) & "/" & cel & cel.Offset(, -1)
    Next cel
    End With
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put before end sub
Code:
    With ActiveSheet
    For Each cel In .Range("B2", .Range("B" & .Rows.Count).End(xlUp))
        .Hyperlinks.Add Anchor:=.Cells(cel.Row, cel.Column), Address:=cel.Offset(, 2) & "/" & cel & cel.Offset(, -1)
    Next cel
    End With

Thank you very much for your help, your code solved my problem.
If you donít mind, can you help me solve a few further problems? Modified on the basis of this code to achieve the following 4 purposes:



The first one: The data in column D generated by the code is named path, but all the addresses in this column know the folder, and now I want to modify the path of each file to the full path name, that is, there is a file after the original path file name. That is to say, this path is a hyperlink and you can click to open the file directly, but the data in column D shows the complete path.



The second one: add an E column named the creation date of the file. After traversing each file, the creation date of each corresponding file is generated in this column.



Third: Add a column F named file modification date. After traversing each file, the last modification date of each corresponding file is generated in this column.



Fourth: Add a G column named file size, and generate the file size of each corresponding file in this column after traversing each file.

Thanks again, hope to help me!
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Old 09-25-2020, 09:36 AM
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I don't follow what the first one is but in this code the hyperlink is put in Column D and the file name with extension is displayed.

Code:
    Dim jg(), k&, tms#
    
    Sub ListFilesFso()
    sb& = InputBox("Search Type: AllFiles=0/Files=1/Folder=-1/All Folder=-2", "Find Files", 0)
    SpFile$ = InputBox("typeoffiles", "Find Files", ".xl")
    If SpFile Like ".*" Then SpFile = LCase(SpFile) & "*"
    With Application.FileDialog(msoFileDialogFolderPicker)
    If .Show Then myPath$ = .SelectedItems(1) Else Exit Sub
    End With
    If Right(myPath, 1) <> "" Then myPath = myPath & ""
    ReDim jg(65535, 6)
    jg(0, 0) = "Ext": jg(0, 1) = IIf(sb < 0, IIf(Len(SpFile), "Filename", "No"), "Filename")
    jg(0, 2) = "Folder": jg(0, 3) = "Path": jg(0, 4) = "Creation Date": jg(0, 5) = "Modification Date": jg(0, 6) = "File Size"
    tms = Timer: k = 0: Call ListAllFso(myPath, sb, SpFile)
    If sb < 0 And Len(SpFile) = 0 Then Application.StatusBar = "Get " & k & " Folders."
    [a1].CurrentRegion = "": [a1].Resize(k + 1, 7) = jg: [a1].CurrentRegion.AutoFilter Field:=1
    ' add hyperlinks
        With ActiveSheet
        'hyperlinks in column B
            'For Each cel In .Range("B2", .Range("B" & .Rows.Count).End(xlUp))
            '    .Hyperlinks.Add Anchor:=.Cells(cel.Row, cel.Column), Address:=cel.Offset(, 2) & "/" & cel & cel.Offset(, -1)
            'Next cel
        'hyperlinks in column D
            For Each cel In .Range("D2", .Range("D" & .Rows.Count).End(xlUp))
                .Hyperlinks.Add Anchor:=.Cells(cel.Row, cel.Column), Address:=cel & "/" & cel.Offset(, -2) & cel.Offset(, -3), TextToDisplay:=cel.Offset(, -2).Value & cel.Offset(, -3).Value
            Next cel
        End With
        
    End Sub
    
    Function ListAllFso(myPath$, Optional sb& = 0, Optional SpFile$ = "")
    Set fld = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject").GetFolder(myPath)
    On Error Resume Next
    If sb >= 0 Or Len(SpFile) Then
    For Each f In fld.Files
    t = False
    n = InStrRev(f.Name, "."): fnm = Left(f.Name, n - 1): x = LCase(Mid(f.Name, n))
    If Err.Number Then Err.Clear
    If SpFile = " " Then
    t = True
    ElseIf SpFile Like ".*" Then
    If x Like SpFile Then t = True
    Else
    If InStr(fnm, SpFile) Then t = True
    End If
    If t Then k = k + 1: jg(k, 0) = x: jg(k, 1) = "'" & fnm: jg(k, 2) = fld.Name: jg(k, 3) = fld.Path: jg(k, 4) = f.DateCreated: jg(k, 5) = f.DateLastModified: jg(k, 6) = f.Size
    Next
    Application.StatusBar = Format(Timer - tms, "0.0s") & " Get " & k & " Files , Searching in Folder ... " & fld.Path
    End If
    For Each fd In fld.SubFolders
    If sb < 0 And Len(SpFile) = 0 Then k = k + 1: jg(k, 0) = "fld": jg(k, 1) = k: jg(k, 2) = fd.Name: jg(k, 3) = fld.Path: jg(k, 4) = f.DateCreated: jg(k, 5) = f.DateLastModified: jg(k, 6) = f.Size
    If sb Mod 2 = 0 Then Call ListAllFso(fd.Path, sb, SpFile)
    Next
    End Function
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I don't follow what the first one is but in this code the hyperlink is put in Column D and the file name with extension is displayed.

Code:
    Dim jg(), k&, tms#
    
    Sub ListFilesFso()
    sb& = InputBox("Search Type: AllFiles=0/Files=1/Folder=-1/All Folder=-2", "Find Files", 0)
    SpFile$ = InputBox("typeoffiles", "Find Files", ".xl")
    If SpFile Like ".*" Then SpFile = LCase(SpFile) & "*"
    With Application.FileDialog(msoFileDialogFolderPicker)
    If .Show Then myPath$ = .SelectedItems(1) Else Exit Sub
    End With
    If Right(myPath, 1) <> "" Then myPath = myPath & ""
    ReDim jg(65535, 6)
    jg(0, 0) = "Ext": jg(0, 1) = IIf(sb < 0, IIf(Len(SpFile), "Filename", "No"), "Filename")
    jg(0, 2) = "Folder": jg(0, 3) = "Path": jg(0, 4) = "Creation Date": jg(0, 5) = "Modification Date": jg(0, 6) = "File Size"
    tms = Timer: k = 0: Call ListAllFso(myPath, sb, SpFile)
    If sb < 0 And Len(SpFile) = 0 Then Application.StatusBar = "Get " & k & " Folders."
    [a1].CurrentRegion = "": [a1].Resize(k + 1, 7) = jg: [a1].CurrentRegion.AutoFilter Field:=1
    ' add hyperlinks
        With ActiveSheet
        'hyperlinks in column B
            'For Each cel In .Range("B2", .Range("B" & .Rows.Count).End(xlUp))
            '    .Hyperlinks.Add Anchor:=.Cells(cel.Row, cel.Column), Address:=cel.Offset(, 2) & "/" & cel & cel.Offset(, -1)
            'Next cel
        'hyperlinks in column D
            For Each cel In .Range("D2", .Range("D" & .Rows.Count).End(xlUp))
                .Hyperlinks.Add Anchor:=.Cells(cel.Row, cel.Column), Address:=cel & "/" & cel.Offset(, -2) & cel.Offset(, -3), TextToDisplay:=cel.Offset(, -2).Value & cel.Offset(, -3).Value
            Next cel
        End With
        
    End Sub
    
    Function ListAllFso(myPath$, Optional sb& = 0, Optional SpFile$ = "")
    Set fld = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject").GetFolder(myPath)
    On Error Resume Next
    If sb >= 0 Or Len(SpFile) Then
    For Each f In fld.Files
    t = False
    n = InStrRev(f.Name, "."): fnm = Left(f.Name, n - 1): x = LCase(Mid(f.Name, n))
    If Err.Number Then Err.Clear
    If SpFile = " " Then
    t = True
    ElseIf SpFile Like ".*" Then
    If x Like SpFile Then t = True
    Else
    If InStr(fnm, SpFile) Then t = True
    End If
    If t Then k = k + 1: jg(k, 0) = x: jg(k, 1) = "'" & fnm: jg(k, 2) = fld.Name: jg(k, 3) = fld.Path: jg(k, 4) = f.DateCreated: jg(k, 5) = f.DateLastModified: jg(k, 6) = f.Size
    Next
    Application.StatusBar = Format(Timer - tms, "0.0s") & " Get " & k & " Files , Searching in Folder ... " & fld.Path
    End If
    For Each fd In fld.SubFolders
    If sb < 0 And Len(SpFile) = 0 Then k = k + 1: jg(k, 0) = "fld": jg(k, 1) = k: jg(k, 2) = fd.Name: jg(k, 3) = fld.Path: jg(k, 4) = f.DateCreated: jg(k, 5) = f.DateLastModified: jg(k, 6) = f.Size
    If sb Mod 2 = 0 Then Call ListAllFso(fd.Path, sb, SpFile)
    Next
    End Function



Thank you very much for your help. There are some deviations from my needs, but I did not express it clearly:


1. Column B is the file name plus the corresponding hyperlink. I can click on the file name to open the corresponding file.

2. Column D is the full path of the corresponding file, and the generated result is similar to this:
C:\Users\86134\Desktop\OneDrive\Database\Books\eco nomic.pdf

3. The file size displayed in column G is best to use MB as the unit, and the result generated by the corresponding file size is similar to: 8MB

Thank you again for your hard work and help me!
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This should do it
Code:
    Dim jg(), k&, tms#
    
Sub ListFilesFso()
    sb& = InputBox("Search Type: AllFiles=0/Files=1/Folder=-1/All Folder=-2", "Find Files", 0)
    SpFile$ = InputBox("typeoffiles", "Find Files", ".xl")
    If SpFile Like ".*" Then SpFile = LCase(SpFile) & "*"
    With Application.FileDialog(msoFileDialogFolderPicker)
    If .Show Then myPath$ = .SelectedItems(1) Else Exit Sub
    End With
    If Right(myPath, 1) <> "" Then myPath = myPath & ""
    ReDim jg(65535, 6)
    jg(0, 0) = "Ext": jg(0, 1) = IIf(sb < 0, IIf(Len(SpFile), "Filename", "No"), "Filename")
    jg(0, 2) = "Folder": jg(0, 3) = "Path": jg(0, 4) = "Creation Date": jg(0, 5) = "Modification Date": jg(0, 6) = "File Size"
    tms = Timer: k = 0: Call ListAllFso(myPath, sb, SpFile)
    If sb < 0 And Len(SpFile) = 0 Then Application.StatusBar = "Get " & k & " Folders."
    [a1].CurrentRegion = "": [a1].Resize(k + 1, 7) = jg: [a1].CurrentRegion.AutoFilter Field:=1
        'hyperlinks in column B
        With ActiveSheet
            For Each cel In .Range("B2", .Range("B" & .Rows.Count).End(xlUp))
                .Hyperlinks.Add Anchor:=.Cells(cel.Row, cel.Column), Address:=cel.Offset(, 2) & "\" & cel & cel.Offset(, -1)
            Next cel
        End With
    Columns.AutoFit
    Intersect(ActiveSheet.UsedRange, Columns(7)).HorizontalAlignment = xlRight
End Sub
    
    
Function ListAllFso(myPath$, Optional sb& = 0, Optional SpFile$ = "")
    Set fld = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject").GetFolder(myPath)
    On Error Resume Next
    If sb >= 0 Or Len(SpFile) Then
        For Each f In fld.Files
            t = False: n = InStrRev(f.Name, ".")
            fnm = Left(f.Name, n - 1)
            x = LCase(Mid(f.Name, n))
            
            If Err.Number Then Err.Clear
    
            If SpFile = " " Then
                t = True
            ElseIf SpFile Like ".*" Then
                If x Like SpFile Then t = True
            Else
                If InStr(fnm, SpFile) Then t = True
            End If
            
            If t Then
                k = k + 1
                jg(k, 0) = x
                jg(k, 1) = "'" & fnm
                jg(k, 2) = fld.Name
                jg(k, 3) = fld.Path & "\" & fnm & x
                jg(k, 4) = f.DateCreated
                jg(k, 5) = f.DateLastModified:
                fs = f.Size
                    Select Case fs
                        Case 0 To 1023: fs = Format(fs, "0") & "B"
                        Case 1024 To 1048575: fs = Format(fs / 1024, "0") & "KB"
                        Case 1048576 To 1073741823: fs = Format(fs / 1048576, "0") & "MB"
                        Case 1073741824 To 1.11111111111074E+20: fs = Format(fs / 1073741823, "0.00") & "GB"
                    End Select
                jg(k, 6) = fs
            End If
        Next
    Application.StatusBar = Format(Timer - tms, "0.0s") & " Get " & k & " Files , Searching in Folder ... " & fld.Path
    End If
    
    For Each fd In fld.SubFolders
        If sb < 0 And Len(SpFile) = 0 Then
            k = k + 1
            jg(k, 0) = "fld"
            jg(k, 1) = k
            jg(k, 2) = fd.Name
            jg(k, 3) = fld.Path & "\" & fnm & x
            jg(k, 4) = f.DateCreated
            jg(k, 5) = f.DateLastModified
            fs = f.Size
                Select Case fs
                    Case 0 To 1023: fs = Format(fs, "0") & "B"
                    Case 1024 To 1048575: fs = Format(fs / 1024, "0") & "KB"
                    Case 1048576 To 1073741823: fs = Format(fs / 1048576, "0") & "MB"
                    Case 1073741824 To 1.11111111111074E+20: fs = Format(fs / 1073741823, "0.00") & "GB"
                End Select
            jg(k, 6) = fs
        End If
        If sb Mod 2 = 0 Then Call ListAllFso(fd.Path, sb, SpFile)
    Next
End Function
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Originally Posted by NoSparks View Post
This should do it
Code:
    Dim jg(), k&, tms#
    
Sub ListFilesFso()
    sb& = InputBox("Search Type: AllFiles=0/Files=1/Folder=-1/All Folder=-2", "Find Files", 0)
    SpFile$ = InputBox("typeoffiles", "Find Files", ".xl")
    If SpFile Like ".*" Then SpFile = LCase(SpFile) & "*"
    With Application.FileDialog(msoFileDialogFolderPicker)
    If .Show Then myPath$ = .SelectedItems(1) Else Exit Sub
    End With
    If Right(myPath, 1) <> "" Then myPath = myPath & ""
    ReDim jg(65535, 6)
    jg(0, 0) = "Ext": jg(0, 1) = IIf(sb < 0, IIf(Len(SpFile), "Filename", "No"), "Filename")
    jg(0, 2) = "Folder": jg(0, 3) = "Path": jg(0, 4) = "Creation Date": jg(0, 5) = "Modification Date": jg(0, 6) = "File Size"
    tms = Timer: k = 0: Call ListAllFso(myPath, sb, SpFile)
    If sb < 0 And Len(SpFile) = 0 Then Application.StatusBar = "Get " & k & " Folders."
    [a1].CurrentRegion = "": [a1].Resize(k + 1, 7) = jg: [a1].CurrentRegion.AutoFilter Field:=1
        'hyperlinks in column B
        With ActiveSheet
            For Each cel In .Range("B2", .Range("B" & .Rows.Count).End(xlUp))
                .Hyperlinks.Add Anchor:=.Cells(cel.Row, cel.Column), Address:=cel.Offset(, 2) & "\" & cel & cel.Offset(, -1)
            Next cel
        End With
    Columns.AutoFit
    Intersect(ActiveSheet.UsedRange, Columns(7)).HorizontalAlignment = xlRight
End Sub
    
    
Function ListAllFso(myPath$, Optional sb& = 0, Optional SpFile$ = "")
    Set fld = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject").GetFolder(myPath)
    On Error Resume Next
    If sb >= 0 Or Len(SpFile) Then
        For Each f In fld.Files
            t = False: n = InStrRev(f.Name, ".")
            fnm = Left(f.Name, n - 1)
            x = LCase(Mid(f.Name, n))
            
            If Err.Number Then Err.Clear
    
            If SpFile = " " Then
                t = True
            ElseIf SpFile Like ".*" Then
                If x Like SpFile Then t = True
            Else
                If InStr(fnm, SpFile) Then t = True
            End If
            
            If t Then
                k = k + 1
                jg(k, 0) = x
                jg(k, 1) = "'" & fnm
                jg(k, 2) = fld.Name
                jg(k, 3) = fld.Path & "\" & fnm & x
                jg(k, 4) = f.DateCreated
                jg(k, 5) = f.DateLastModified:
                fs = f.Size
                    Select Case fs
                        Case 0 To 1023: fs = Format(fs, "0") & "B"
                        Case 1024 To 1048575: fs = Format(fs / 1024, "0") & "KB"
                        Case 1048576 To 1073741823: fs = Format(fs / 1048576, "0") & "MB"
                        Case 1073741824 To 1.11111111111074E+20: fs = Format(fs / 1073741823, "0.00") & "GB"
                    End Select
                jg(k, 6) = fs
            End If
        Next
    Application.StatusBar = Format(Timer - tms, "0.0s") & " Get " & k & " Files , Searching in Folder ... " & fld.Path
    End If
    
    For Each fd In fld.SubFolders
        If sb < 0 And Len(SpFile) = 0 Then
            k = k + 1
            jg(k, 0) = "fld"
            jg(k, 1) = k
            jg(k, 2) = fd.Name
            jg(k, 3) = fld.Path & "\" & fnm & x
            jg(k, 4) = f.DateCreated
            jg(k, 5) = f.DateLastModified
            fs = f.Size
                Select Case fs
                    Case 0 To 1023: fs = Format(fs, "0") & "B"
                    Case 1024 To 1048575: fs = Format(fs / 1024, "0") & "KB"
                    Case 1048576 To 1073741823: fs = Format(fs / 1048576, "0") & "MB"
                    Case 1073741824 To 1.11111111111074E+20: fs = Format(fs / 1073741823, "0.00") & "GB"
                End Select
            jg(k, 6) = fs
        End If
        If sb Mod 2 = 0 Then Call ListAllFso(fd.Path, sb, SpFile)
    Next
End Function

Very grateful for your help.

There was a problem when running the code. Clicking on the file name in column B could not open the corresponding file and a dialog box popped up, as shown in the figure.

Thank you!

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Oops, forgot to adjust the build of the hyperlinks after altering column D to be the full path, just needs to be
Code:
    .Hyperlinks.Add Anchor:=.Cells(cel.Row, cel.Column), Address:=cel.Offset(, 2)
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Oops, forgot to adjust the build of the hyperlinks after altering column D to be the full path, just needs to be
Code:
    .Hyperlinks.Add Anchor:=.Cells(cel.Row, cel.Column), Address:=cel.Offset(, 2)
Dim jg(), k&, tms#

Sub ListFilesFso()
sb& = InputBox("Search Type: AllFiles=0/Files=1/Folder=-1/All Folder=-2", "Find Files", 0)
SpFile$ = InputBox("typeoffiles", "Find Files", ".xl")
If SpFile Like ".*" Then SpFile = LCase(SpFile) & "*"
With Application.FileDialog(msoFileDialogFolderPicker)
If .Show Then myPath$ = .SelectedItems(1) Else Exit Sub
End With
If Right(myPath, 1) <> "" Then myPath = myPath & ""
ReDim jg(65535, 6)
jg(0, 0) = "Ext": jg(0, 1) = IIf(sb < 0, IIf(Len(SpFile), "Filename", "No"), "Filename")
jg(0, 2) = "Folder": jg(0, 3) = "Path": jg(0, 4) = "Creation Date": jg(0, 5) = "Modification Date": jg(0, 6) = "File Size"
tms = Timer: k = 0: Call ListAllFso(myPath, sb, SpFile)
If sb < 0 And Len(SpFile) = 0 Then Application.StatusBar = "Get " & k & " Folders."
[a1].CurrentRegion = "": [a1].Resize(k + 1, 7) = jg: [a1].CurrentRegion.AutoFilter Field:=1
' add hyperlinks
With ActiveSheet
'hyperlinks in column B
For Each cel In .Range("B2", .Range("B" & .Rows.Count).End(xlUp))
.Hyperlinks.Add Anchor:=.Cells(cel.Row, cel.Column), Address:=cel.Offset(, 2) ' & "/" & cel & cel.Offset(, -1)
Next cel
'hyperlinks in column D
'For Each cel In .Range("D2", .Range("D" & .Rows.Count).End(xlUp))
'.Hyperlinks.Add Anchor:=.Cells(cel.Row, cel.Column), Address:=cel & "/" & cel.Offset(, -2) & cel.Offset(, -3), TextToDisplay:=cel.Offset(, -2).Value & cel.Offset(, -3).Value
'Next cel
End With

End Sub

Function ListAllFso(myPath$, Optional sb& = 0, Optional SpFile$ = "")
Set fld = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject").GetFold er(myPath)
On Error Resume Next
If sb >= 0 Or Len(SpFile) Then
For Each f In fld.Files
t = False
n = InStrRev(f.Name, "."): fnm = Left(f.Name, n - 1): x = LCase(Mid(f.Name, n))
If Err.Number Then Err.Clear
If SpFile = " " Then
t = True
ElseIf SpFile Like ".*" Then
If x Like SpFile Then t = True
Else
If InStr(fnm, SpFile) Then t = True
End If
If t Then k = k + 1: jg(k, 0) = x: jg(k, 1) = "'" & fnm: jg(k, 2) = fld.Name: jg(k, 3) = f.Path: jg(k, 4) = f.DateCreated: jg(k, 5) = f.DateLastModified: jg(k, 6) = Format(f.Size / 1048576, "0.00MB") 'f.Size
Next
Application.StatusBar = Format(Timer - tms, "0.0s") & " Get " & k & " Files , Searching in Folder ... " & fld.Path
End If
For Each fd In fld.SubFolders
If sb < 0 And Len(SpFile) = 0 Then k = k + 1: jg(k, 0) = "fld": jg(k, 1) = k: jg(k, 2) = fd.Name: jg(k, 3) = f.Path: jg(k, 4) = f.DateCreated: jg(k, 5) = f.DateLastModified: jg(k, 6) = Format(f.Size / 1048576, "0.00MB") ' f.Size
If sb Mod 2 = 0 Then Call ListAllFso(fd.Path, sb, SpFile)
Next
End Function







Very grateful for your help. The problem is solved, I wish you happiness!
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