On Sat, 19 Jan 2008 09:51:01 -0800, Beth
> Does anyone know how to print folder contents from explore. I did find a
> program but not for Vista. I was hoping for freeware.
Here are four ways:
1. Go to a command prompt and issue the command
dir [drive:folder] > c:\tempfilename (you can use any name and put it
in any folder you want)
Then open notepad, open tempfilename, and print it from there.
2. Write (for example in Notepad) a 1-line text file:
DIR %1 /O >LPT1:
Save it as "printdir.bat" in the "Send To" folder.
Then, to print list of files in any folder, right-click that folder
and select Send to | printdir.bat
To include subfolders, change the comand to DIR %1 /O/S >LPT1:
3. Go to
follow the instructions there.
4. Download and use any of the several freeware/shareware utilities
that can do this, such as the popular
Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP Windows - Shell/User
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