RE: printing contents of a file directory in windows vista
You can dump the contents of a directory to a file and print that file
E.g. in the cmd environment, type
dir c:\mydir /w > c:\temp\myfile.txt <enter>
This will redirect the output of the dir command into a textfile called
myfile.txt (to be found in the directory c:\temp) and will show the contents
of the directory called c:\mydir.
Hope this is an answer to your question...