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 04 Apr 2012 pxfragonard Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1 300 posts Quote: Originally Posted by EzioAuditore Quote: 1) Do I have to leave the spaces in attrib +h *.dop between attrib and + and h and *? Yes, there is a indeed a space between them. Code: attrib +h *.dop Quote: 2) Will it work in all subfolders (I have a LOT of folders in which these pesky files are visible)? You'll have to edit the bat file to change to the directory first i.e. add Code:  Code: cd \path\to\directory  before the attrib line. Someone correct me if i'm wrong. Restarting won't do as the 'hidden' attribute has been added to the files. You'll have to either select 'Show hidden files and folders' from Tools>Folder options or edit the bat file w/ the +h replaced w/ -h. Quote: Oops! I just realized that the file extension is .CR2.dop and I'm worried that I'd hide all the .CR2 files.... The extension of this type of file would still be .dop. Windows treats the words after the last dot as extension. Thanks not only for an answer but a great deal of insight into how these things work. My System Specs