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For Windows 7, can I print a listing of what is in a folder/directory? Other Microsoft apps have "File / Print" Explore is an exception. I think File Manager (Windows 3.0?) had it.

For the past decade, or so, when using various versions of Windows (Windows 95, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP), when I want to print a listing of what I have in a sub-directory (or folder), I have to go to a DOS window and use the DIR command to create an ASCII listing of the contents.  Alternatively, I an try to do a screen capture -- cumbersome when the number of files exceeds the visible window.
 

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Last updated October 9, 2019 Views 2,956 Applies to:
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Hi Dave

See the following article for the solution.

How to add the Print Directory feature for folders in Windows XP, in Windows Vista, or in Windows 7

Hope this helps.

Thank You for using Windows 7

Ronnie Vernon MVP
MVP 1999 - Present
Windows Insider MVP

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