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TreeSave Free file manager for an XP pc


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Novice that I am, I would appreciate help in using the TreeSave Free (Version 3.0.1.200) app I just downloaded. In particular:

 

1. How do I run a scan, say, of the Documents and Settings folder of my C:drive that lists the name and size of each of the *.doc files found there?

 

2. How do I make an electronic (print to file) copy of the results of that scan-- a copy that I can save as a WORD file  and attach to an email?

 

Thanks.   ... wdc


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Hi batpark,

 

I did not get any information on the app you mentioned. I think you are trying to use an app that analyses the directory or a folder and shows you the results of the data present. I can suggest you a similar app called Windirstat which performs similar functions. You can find a How to use guide here → How to use Windirstat?

 

You can just use Fn+ PrtSc or PrintScreen to take a screen shot of the analysis and paste it in a Word file. You can attach the word file if you wanted to. See here for more information on Taking a screenshot

 

Regards,

 

Bob


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Sorry, I missed the link for more help in capturing a screenshot. Refer here → How to Capture a Screenshot?


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Bob: And thanks on this oldie too. ...batpark


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I believe he meant Treesize Free.

 

To process a directory (Folder) use the Scan option then Select Directory.

 

To print, select File then Print.


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Oh, thanks for the guess Ztruker. May be that is the one OP is looking for.


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