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By mdale ·
How do I print the file listings out of the temporary internet file folder in WIN98? Just a list of the contents. File names, etc.

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by sbowen In reply to Print directory contents

From the command line:

DIR > LPT1 to print the directory you are currently in

or

DIR /S > LPT1 to print all of the files and sub-directories.

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by mmohammed In reply to Print directory contents

Try this program "Directory Printer"
You can download from http://hotfiles.zdnet.com/cgi-bin/texis/swlib/hotfiles/info.html?fcode=000OA8

Good Luck

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by ehoffman In reply to Print directory contents

Goto Tucows and download a program called FolderPrinter....great piece of share/freeware (can't remember what it was right now)...was very helpful in printing my mp3 lists, etc. It looks just like Windows Explorer but allows you to print, to customize page headers, etc and recurse subdirectories. Email me if you have problems finding at ehoffman@meagher.com

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by nbcasey In reply to Print directory contents

Simply create a batch file called "printdir.bat" in your root directory. The contests of the file should look like this:

dir /whatever switches you want > lpt1

Now open regedit and browse to "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell". Right click on shell and create a new key called "Print Directory". Right click on that key and create another key called "Command". Set the default value for command to "c:\printdir.bat". Now close regedit. You can now print the contents of any folder by simply right clicking on it.

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