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stubbers
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Am looking for a program that will provide a printout of directory tree listings. Ie, shows all folders, subfolders, on Windows (egghh). If anyone has anywhere better than this to post a topic asking about it let me know for future use. Don't mention search the web, that's what I am doing!
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I've never heard of a printout program like that before...

You could manually open every link in Windows Explorer and print that. (Sorry, just trying to help...)
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stubbers wrote:Am looking for a program that will provide a printout of directory tree listings. Ie, shows all folders, subfolders, on Windows (egghh). If anyone has anywhere better than this to post a topic asking about it let me know for future use. Don't mention search the web, that's what I am doing!

No files? Go to start, run, and type the following code snippet in:

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dir /A:D /s C: > C:\dir.txt
Your hard disc will whizz away and save the listing in C:\dir.txt, which you can then print out. Unfortunately, I can't remember how to make it print diectly, but if you have a parallel printer, it might be something along the lines of

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dir /A:D /s C: > LPT1
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Roberdin wrote:

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dir /A:D /s C: > C:\dir.txt
Or just use tree /a c:\ > c:\dir.txt
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