Ever wanted to print out a directory in Windows 95? I have, and have been
unable to do it...I've always had to go into DOS and do a print screen command. This
program, called Print Dir 97 allows you to print out directories right from Windows 95!
Heres what it does: You open it up, it gives you a choice of what drives you want to use it on, and shows the folders on it. You can browse through there until you find the exact directory you want printed out ( one thing I would like to point out, when you open the folder you want printed out, it does not show the files inside it on your screen, but prints them out fine ) . Also, you have control over what kinds of files are printed out: graphics, hidden files, system files, and subdirectories. Also, you can choose to include paths, another very handy feature. And though its not really pertaining to printing directories, the "about" option tells you the authors email address, and how much physical memory your computer has! You can even minimize it and it goes into the system tray, waiting patiently for use. (Note: Print Dir 97 requires VB0032.DLL (about 378 KB), and it can be found at http://www.pcworld.com/fileworld/file_description/frameset/0,1458,2290,00. html, among other places).
Print Dir 97 is an excellent tool to have when using Windows 95. If you don't like using DOS and print many directories for whatever reason, this it the tool for you!
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