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Power Automate Desktop | Files and folders exercise | List files in Excel workbook by last modified year
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This exercise is simple to explain! Choose any folder on your computer, and list out all of the files within it (including its subfolders, and their subfolders, etc) by year of the date of the last modification:
Your flow should create a workbook like this, with one worksheet for each year spanned. Each worksheet should contain a list of the files last modified in that year.
The only hint you get is that you'll need to get a list of the files, then from this get a list of the unique year numbers so you can loop over these to create your worksheets.
To get this working, create a flow called List all files not changed recently. When your flow is working to your satisfaction, save and close it.