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Is there a way

By mmbc_voltron ·
Is there a way to get a print of all the *.tif in a directory or drive.
I have been using the print screen then import it to an image program and then print. Then move down the list and print screen (alt+printscreen)
but that will be 50 or so pages to do that.
Is there anyother way to search for *.tif and print by a way i want it sorted.

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by TheChas In reply to Is there a way

There are a number of image viewer and management programs listed at www.nonags.com

I think that a few of them offer multiple file processing.

Chas

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by Oz_Media In reply to Is there a way

If you have a fast computer you can just do a "find" files and search for tiffs, under the advanced tab and choosing the TIFF file type from the drop down menu.

Hhighlight all of them and select Print form the context menu.
Done deal.
You'll need some processing power though.

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by Oz_Media In reply to

Sorry , I didn't offer very concise instructions if you aren't an experienced Windows user.

Click START>FIND and when the dialog box comes up you can select th eADVANCED tab, in th efiles of type dropdown menu, choose TIFF and click enter.

this will show ALL tiffs on yuor HD, you can refine the search to a folder or file names.

When you get the returned files, just highlight all of the ones you wish to print, by dragging a box around them or SHIFT clicking the top and bottom files. Now right click (on any highlighted file) and choose PRINT from the context menu.

Good luck, that MY easy way out of a lot of work!

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by mmbc_voltron In reply to

Never heard of eAdvanced tab, or efiles dropdown menu

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by tech_wiz03 In reply to Is there a way

Yes I have a freetree program that allows you to search one or many harddrives with both selectable folder single/multi and selectable file groups that can send the output to the screen or printer. I know people like using windows but this program runs in a dosbox or from dos command prompt so it can only handle 8.3 filenames and shortens long ones.

as it searches and finds the files it printes the locations (folders where they are)

goto http://alltechdevelopment.netfirms.com and look for freetree in the products list ok.

regards
rick

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by Oz_Media In reply to Is there a way

I was hoping you'd see those as the typos they are.

The Advanced tab (in the 'find' window) and the 'Files of type' dialog box is a dropdown list.

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by mmbc_voltron In reply to Is there a way

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