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Print out file detail by directory and sub

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by jhhearn, Nov 20, 2001.

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  1. jhhearn

    jhhearn Thread Starter

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    I am working a project in which it would be useful if I could have a printout of the directory, subdirectory and file detail. How can I do this in Win ME? Thanks for any help.
     
  2. Davey7549

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    jhhearn
    Welcome to TSG!
    I do not think there is a way directly to print file structure using WinME. I use a third party program called expPrint that has quite a bit of flexability in options. It is not freeware but there is an evaluation period you could use for your project.
    Here is the link to the website.
    http://www.jddesign.co.uk/
    Once there click on expPrint on left side of screen.
    Let us know if that is what you needed.
    Dave
     
  3. subaruwrx

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    ALT+PRINTSCREEN in a windows explorer window?
    Would that help?
    --Adam
     
  4. TonyKlein

    TonyKlein Malware Specialist

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    Here's another one: <A HREF="http://no-nonsense-software.com/printfolder/">PrintFolder Pro</A>

    Greetz,
     
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  6. jhhearn

    jhhearn Thread Starter

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    Thanks to all.

    I think Roger's reply will work.

    Joe Hearn
    Gun Barrel City, TX
     
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