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WorldDomoNation

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I have over 1000 randomly numbered photos on computer with XP. Photos are backed up online to idrive. Am now trying to organize, rename, delete dupes, etc. In order to do this efficiently and keep idrive clean too, I'd like to print the file page that list all files in a folder as well as the details of the files. This doesn't appear to be possible any other way than print screen which is horribly time consuming for that number of files. Any other options?

Edited by WorldDomoNation, 05 November 2009 - 12:15 PM.

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    Kraków my love :)

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PrintFolder: http://www.no-nonsen...e.com/freeware/
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Thank you!!! works great! Can't imagine why it's not part of windows in the first place.
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    Kraków my love :)

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I believe, people have been asking very same question since Windows 3.1 came out :)
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Use Print directory to print the directory listing to a file..

Download Free : http://www.print-directory.com
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