Print tree

By OnTheRopes ·
I have a Music folder with a 200GB of music in it and I'd like to print the tree to a file. There used to be, probably still are, great instructions on how to do that here at TR but with the TR search function the way that it is I can't find them. <br><br>
My files are sorted by the artist name then the albums. That's all I want in the output. I've done it before but just can't remember how or find the TR article. Too bad I didn't save it in my bookmarks. Can somebody please help me to print the tree? <br><br>
This is the output format I'm looking for: <br><br>
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The file is currently in .doc format but I'll take anything. I've recently added about 40GB of music and would like to create a new document so see it all on 'paper' without having every song listed too. Any help will be greatly appreciated.<br><br>

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by robo_dev In reply to Print tree
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Thanks for your prompt reply.

by OnTheRopes In reply to PrintFolder

I've been dinking around with this for over an hour. Now I've got it.

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Free utility

by IC-IT In reply to Print tree

Print options for all files or just Folders.
Just palyed with it; kinda nice.
Download the update too, then drop it in the created programs folder.

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Thanks bwilmot

by OnTheRopes In reply to Free utility

I followed the instructions in the blog below and they worked perfectly. I grabbed the download too. You can bet I'm going to bookmark that blog this time.

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Answered my own question-It was a blog I was looking for.

by OnTheRopes In reply to Print tree
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by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to Answered my own question- ...

89 pages!!!
Too funny.

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