Have you ever met such a hard job? You have to print a list of files. In another word, you need to print the structure of folders. Fortunately I will introduce a fast and efficient utility to you---- YourDir. With its help, you can print out a list of all the files present on any folder or any number of subfolders.
- Download the software here and unzip the file. To run the software, double click on YourDir.exe.You will see the interface below.
- Click the menu “New folder”. Then choose the folder that you want to create the folder tree.
- A few seconds later, the structure of the folder shows.
- You can click the button "Create a picture" or "Save to CSV file" to save the folder tree. You can also click "Print preview" or "Print" to output it directly.
I find Windows Explorer shows a layout with two columns by default. Selecting a folder on the right column does not change the left one, but in order to use conveniently, I want to change the display of the folder structure. So that, the structure in the left column, will be always in sync with the selected folder in the right column. I hope someone can help me.
By default, folders appear in Microsoft Windows as folder icons or as pictures that are contained in the folder. In fact, you can customize the icons as you like. If you change those view settings, Windows will remember your change when you open the folder again.
If you are using Microsoft Office 2010 Beta, you will find that there are new faces of print function, which is very different from Office 2003, even from Office 2007. And the practice has some differences too. Maybe you do not know how to do with the new one. Here, we will give you some advice as follows to tell you how to print document with new print dialog in Microsofr Office 2010.
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