Print Music Filenames?, Part 2

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Last week, Chris L. asked if it was possible to print out the filenames of all his music files which were stored in a single folder on his computer. I suggested using a DOS command to do the trick, and also asked Infopackets Readers for an alternate freeware solution.

Print Music Filenames?

Many users recommended KarenWare's "Directory Printer". From the web site:

" No more fumbling with My Computer or Windows Explorer, wishing you could print information about all your files. Karen's Directory Printer can print the name of every file on a drive, along with the file's size, date and time of last modification, and attributes (Read-Only, Hidden, System and Archive)! And now, the list of files can be sorted by name, size, date created, date last modified, or date of last access. "

Side note: Visual Basic Runtime v6.0 is required (a link is provided on KarenWare the site).

A user named J&T suggested "rjhExtensions". From the web site:

" rjhExtensions is a simple utility that will add a number of useful functions to the context menu of Windows Explorer. The utility consists of the extensions and an organizer that allows you to control the placement of the extensions ... including Copy Directory List to file and Print Directory List. "

Ionut C. from Romania recommended "Directory Lister". From

" Directory Lister lets you list files in selected directories (hard disks, diskettes, CD-ROMs) into text or HTML file. It has a large number of options and automated listings are available (for FTP owners). You can: choose which items you want to list - subdirs, size, date, time, attributes, directory names, directory size, full path, crc32 value; choose the width of these fields; choose which directories you want to include; choose if you want a text file or html file; choose sort options; choose mask for filenames; generate listing for each processed directory; load and save your settings; list files from command line (for FTP owners). "

And, Pippie recommended a program called "DirPrinting". From the web site:

" DirPrinting is a simple program for viewing and printing directories. It offers a drive/directory window and a file list, which can be arranged and sorted according to various criteria. This list can be send to any printer (printing preview and storage included). Functions as 'copy to clipboard', 'save as file', 'send by email', 'include subdirectories' or 'file filter' are all available. "

Thanks to all who wrote in!

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