Directory List & Print Pro is a software for Windows and enables listing and printing the content of any directory in a simplest way. By copying to the clipboard the lists can be exported into other programs or opened in Word and Excel.
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Description: Directory List & Print Pro is a software for Windows and enables listing and printing of a directory structure in a simplest way. By copying to the clipboard the directory listing can be exported into other programs or opened directly in Word and Excel. Directory List & Print Pro can directly be embedded in the context menu of Windows Explorer for immediate display of the requested directory structure.
In addition to simply print, export, and print a directory tree Directory List & Print Pro offers a wide variety of further useful functions. MP3 and video lists can be displayed with information about the length. The requested depth for subdirectories is freely selectable. The set up and display of file lists can individually be defined by different selection and filter options.
Directory List & Print Pro runs under Windows™ XP/Vista/7.
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