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The Best Way to Print a List of Files in a Windows Folders
Maybe you have got the specific situation in which you want to print a list of files inside a folder? It might not be too hard to manually handle if you have a just a few files, but what if you have 100s of files all with strange and complicated names? In addition, Imagine if a person wished to print a list of most files name within a folder and sub-folders of a windows directory?
Well that’s not an easy task without some windows utilities. You can also capture a screenshot, but that’s not useful if someone needs the list in Excel or as a text file. And a screen shot usually doesn’t look as nice as printing a text file.
No worries! You can use Print Directory 2011 to print out the entire directory tree structure with as many file attributes as you want, including fields like date created, date last modified, file size, file name, folder name, and lots more!
You will love this product because it has a lots of features that make it the only program you will ever need to print lists of files in folders.
Using Print Directory 2011 you can easily print
- A simple file list
- The Directory/Folder Tree
- The Folder/Directory List
- The Folder Tree with the file list
- A detailed list with file attributes
- The Folder Tree with file size information
- List of songs (you can use Artist, Title, Album, Comment, BitRate)
- Microsoft .Net Framework 4
- OS: Windows 2000/2003/2008/XP/Vista/Windows 7
- 32 bit or 64 bit
- CPU: 400 MHz or higher
- RAM: 128 MB or more
- Hard Drive: 5 MB of free space