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Print directory for specific folders

By kcav ·
I would like to list File Name, Revision level, Size, Dated Last changed for each file and folder in the hiearchial structure under folders I specify. Can someone direct me to a report generator that will allow me to this. I am running Windows 2000.

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by Lizzy In reply to Print directory for speci ...

TR highlighted a nifty little freeware download a while back. You can configure this batch file to be added to your right click context menu as "Print Directory" and it will print out the contents of the chosen folder. I use this all the time!

http://www.techrepublic.com/download_item.jhtml?id=t01220021020shu01.htm

the article about it was here:

http://techrepublic.com.com/5100-6346-5030744.html

Make sure to remove any spaces from the pasted URLs.

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by kcav In reply to Print directory for speci ...

Thank you. I downloaded the batch file, joined the TechProGuild, and read your Bio. I am impressed with your career path.

My father lost his eyesight due to macular degeneration. The isolated that ensued brought on aggravated depression. I think multimodal communications across the WWW is a way to sooth a worried mind.

Pease keep an eye out for my posts. I am transitioning from reader to hands-on and will have lots of questions. Will comment again as soon as I print the contents of my directories.


Pease keep an eye out for my posts. I am transitioning from reader to hands-on and will lots of questions. Will comment again as soon as I can print the contents of my directories.

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by kcav In reply to Print directory for speci ...

Downloaded,unziped, installed, and integerated Print Directory ScriptZip into the operating system, but it doesn't work!

From my Contect Window, when I click Print Directory,file C:\PrintDir\PrintDir.bat executes, but instaed of running PrintDir.vbs it opens it. I wonder why?

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by kcav In reply to Print directory for speci ...

I just discovered Outlook has a very nice file management tool. I accessed it by clicking on the Start button, then Search, then sliding the pointer down Using Microsoft Outlook. It allows you to define which folders you want to inspect, it performs the search you defined, and lets you save or print. In this regards it has far more elaborate features than Windows Explorer

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