Dos cmd o/p into file with defined size Tags: File Size DOS Command Prompt Windows XP Last response: June 14, 2011 4:52 AM in Windows XP Share Prasannaprabhu June 11, 2011 12:40:43 PM dos cmd o/p into a file but I want to lime the file size. Example: in the following command c:\>dir /a/b/s >filt.txt size of the file is more than 250 mb. Is there any other way I can limit the file size? so that I can have 25 file instead of single file More about : dos cmd file defined size PhilFrisbie June 14, 2011 4:52:11 AM There are lots of free programs to chop up files. One is Ginsu. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumHow to change dos window size ForumEnvironment variables defined using My Computer Properties ForumDOS Batch Script to Determine When ISP Changes my IP Address ForumHow get more characters per line in " DOS window"? ForumNew DOS shell for Windows coming ForumUsing CMD error ForumCmd /Command Errors ForumDOS application printing to USB Printer ForumUsing HWinfo64-what CPU temp do I go by? ForumFormat large HDD as FAT32 ?!!? ForumHow can I read files on LaCie Drive using Linux ForumTakes a long time to show files icons in Windows Explorer Forum16 bit MS- DOS subsystem ForumNo full screen mode for DOS programs? ForumSamsung 830 Performance Degradation ForumHELP!!! Please with Windows XP ForumHow to measure power consumption with software ForumWindows Picture and Fax Viewer file selection ForumFile names truncating and jpg's shoing as tiles instead of thumbnails. ForumCan't play video in CDFS file system on windows XP media player. pl he More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !