I like sharpman's solutions. Here is an alternate solution for those who don't know programming well.
Can anyone help me create a batch file that will display all the files, subfolders and files under subfolders of folder with both date created and date modified then output the result to .txt or .xls file.
The following command in biterscripting will do just that.
lf -r -n -c -m "*" "C:/your/directory" > output.txt ; system start output.txt
lf -r -n -c -m "*" "C:/your/directory" > output.xls ; system start output.xls
lf = list files, -r = recursive, -n = name, -c = creation time, -m = modification time
How can I adjust this to check in multiple directories and only output files having a timestamp created today?
lf -r -n -c -m "*" "C:/your/directory" ($fctime>="20091207") > output.txt
lf -r -n -c -m "*" "C:/your/directory" ($fctime>="20091207") > output.xls
20091207 is today's date. We compare the $fctime (file creation time) with it.
You will need biterscripting, it is free. Just google it up.