This tool lets you prefix file names with additional zeroes.
This software allows users to insert 0s into file names to help keep them properly aligned and in alphabetical/numerical order. Many times a series of file names are generated to accomplish a task, and multiple files are generated that contain a root name followed by a number. With this kind of naming, problem arises that listing the files in numerical order becomes nearly impossible. One solution to this problem is to add a few zeros ahead of the numerical part of the name. This tool does exactly that, it will add specified number of zeroes in front of the numeric part of the file name. A series of files like image1.bmp, image2.bmp and image222.bmp would start looking like image001.bmp, image002.bmp and image00222.bmp, for example. Directory listing then will come up in right order.
Though a very simple functionality is offered with the tool, the GUI makes it even simpler to operate. First part of the screen is a place for you to accumulate the file names. You can choose to add a complete folder too. Second part of the screen is a preview area to ensure the numbering scheme meets your requirements. You can add zeroes or remove zeroes and look at examples of file names, to ensure everything is alright. The third part of the screen lets you start the process and a progress bar lets you monitor the same. A very limited functionality but if you do have the need this could be a handy tool.