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Printing list of files

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by DDALE32, Oct 8, 2003.

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  1. DDALE32

    DDALE32 Thread Starter

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    I'm sure this has a simple solution but I'm not simple enough .. yet! :p

    In a folder I have the mp3 files that I have burned onto a CD using ROXIO. I would like to print this list without typing each one in notepad or some word processor. I also use Windows Media Player and would like to print my play lists.

    Suggestions, hints and solutions will be greatly appreciated.

    Oh .. XP - HOME EDITION.
     
  2. Squashman

    Squashman Trusted Advisor

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    Open up a Dos Prompt and change directory to the directory that has your mp3 files in it. Then type this:

    dir /B > mp3files.txt

    This will create a file named mp3files.txt with all your file names in it.
     
  3. DDALE32

    DDALE32 Thread Starter

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    Mr. Squashman you do good work.

    Many thanks.

    dd

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