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Use a batch file to run your PowerShell scripts

Posted 1st August 2016

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This simple batch file will enable a PowerShell script file (*.ps1) to execute with Administrator permissions in Windows.

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Folder or file browser dialogues in PowerShell

Posted 28th July 2016

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Make life easy for the users of your scripts: Rather then entering file/folder paths at the command line, let them select from a GUI dialogue box.

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DOS 8.3 short paths via PowerShell

Posted 5th July 2016

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Use this PowerShell script to discover the DOS 8.3 path name for any selected folder in Windows.

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Merge multiple CSVs with PowerShell

Posted 28th June 2016

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Use this simple PowerShell script to merge multiple CSV/TSV/TXT files into one.

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Robocopy

Posted 24th May 2016

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Use the built-in Microsoft “robocopy” utility to move or copy files en masse.

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Convert CSV to XLSX via PowerShell

Posted 9th March 2016

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A nifty PowerShell script that will take a delimited CSV file and convert it to a XLSX file.

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Rotate or flip multiple image files using PowerShell

Posted 4th March 2016

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Use a PowerShell script in Microsoft Windows to rotate or flip large numbers of images automatically.

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Powershell: Add or remove the ‘Read Only’ attribute from files

Posted 8th February 2016

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Use Microsoft PowerShell to add or remove the ‘read only’ attribute from large batches of files in a directory.

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Batch save images into a new format via PowerShell

Posted 18th December 2015

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Use a PowerShell script to copy all images in a directory and save them into a different image file format.

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Combine multiple CSVs into one XLSX via PowerShell

Posted 25th November 2015

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A convenient PowerShell script that will detect all of the CSV files in a directory and merge them into a single XLSX file. Each CSV becomes a worksheet in the XLSX.

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