Windows TYPE command to combine files

Windows TYPE command to combine files

September 25, 2018

You can use the Windows command TYPE to command multiple text files.   In this example we have a folder of multiple text files and we want to merge the content of each into a single text file. 

 

Enter the command TYPE followed by a wildcard search for text files and then designate a new text file to contain the content of the source files:

 

>TYPE *.txt >combine.txt

 

The names of the source files will be listed in command prompt and the new 'combine.txt' file will have their content.

 

 

 

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