Windows 10: How can I print a list of Folders and Files as it appears on screen Solved

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  1. Posts : 18
    Windows 10 Home x64 1703 15063.483
       24 Mar 2017 #11

    How about the "tree" command?

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    You can also send the output to a .txt file to print...
    d:\MY\DOCS\Travel> tree /a /f > c:\MY\CYA\Travel_Folder.txt
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  2.    25 Mar 2017 #12

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    It took a while to find this donationware program - of several I tried, none gave a clearly formatted output, including Karen's venerable Directory Printer.
    This saves to TXT, image files, HTML, CSV, clipboard, file ....

    You can select the columns you want, make up your own files lists, add a folder with a search by reg exp...
    And of course there's a preview.

    It doesn't seem to have an option to add to the context menu.

    If you want to install this zipped portable program, use Nirsoft's zipinstaller.

    Filelist Creator | Features
    from a list here:
    5 File List Printer Software For Windows 10
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  3.    25 Mar 2017 #13

    Hi dalchina,
    Thank you for responding, the visual screen shot you show looks neater than i got using "PrtScr" and pasting in MS paint but similar, and saving to "MS Pictures" to organise. I simply printed a test screenshot using "Ctrl P".
    I will give your filelist creator a test drive,
    Regards Billz
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    Windows 10 Pro X64 17134.191
       25 Mar 2017 #14

    billz said: View Post
    Should be a simple task, Even my keyboard has a "Prt Scr Sys Rq" I believe I have done it in the past Using Word (Home and Student 2007) - what I would like is a "photo snapshot", but printed just of the open folder list of Folders and files as option 1, I am filling pages with Hand written Scrawl that may lose the plot.
    Option 2 I would find it useful to perhaps head the page with the Pathway to the folder's contents.
    Open File Explorer and navigate to where you want to be. Make sure Folders are showing on the left (Click on View then Navigation Pane then Expand to open folders).
    Press Alt+PrtScr to capture an image of the active window only.
    Press the Windows key, type paint and press Enter.
    Press Ctrl+V to paste the screen capture image into paint.
    Click on File then Print.
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  5.    25 Mar 2017 #15

    Hi Ztruker,
    Thank you for the advice - I have been doing something similar, I will have to see what the difference Alt PrtScr, just printing the active screen makes. I have been using just PrtScr.
    Regards, Billz
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