Is there a way to use V to create entire directory structure?
There is no copy command in V to do this - but you can create a User Command which makes use of Windows XCOPY.
The following XCOPY command should do what you want:
To Create a User Command in V, select Organize/Configure
from the UserCommands
menu. Press the Insert Command
button and then press the Rename
button to give the command a name (like Clone Directory Structure).
as the Command Path
and /t /e /i %f
as the Command Options
and enable Prompt for extra options
. Then press OK to save the command.
To clone the directory, you would select the directory to be cloned in the V directory listing (eg, September) and then select the User Command from the UserCommands menu. You will then be prompted for the extra options where you should enter the name of the new directory (eg, October). If the new directory name contains spaces you should enclose it in double quotes (eg, "Directory with Spaces").
BTW: I am not sure if XCOPY ships with Windows 7 (in C:\Windows\System32). If not, it can be easily found on the web.