There are certain categories of users who don’t just need to see the contents of their folders — they need to create custom listings of files in these folders and use them for archiving, publishing online, sharing with other users and creating reports. Pulling this off using standard Windows means is nearly impossible, so that’s where ExpPrint can step in and solve their problems in style!
ExpPrint is a compact and easy to use file and folder listing tool that seamlessly integrates in the Windows Explorer menu and offers flexible listing customization options. The software allows you to view, print and save file/folder listings with multiple properties, including standard file system properties, metadata and computed hash values. Listings can be sorted and stylized for further use — this includes custom styling via CSS, indentation formatting, output to XML/HTML with instant preview in the browser and even deeper customization of the output by editing the XSLT. ExpPrint supports Unicode and has no problems listing file and folders with non-Latin names. Besides, it can list the contents of ZIP and CAB archives and even follow symbolic linked folders. The program works in all versions of Windows, starting from Windows XP SP3 to the yet-to-be released Windows 8.
ExpPrint is by far the most functional, lightweight and integrated tool of its kind, so if you’ve been looking for a perfect price/functionality ration in a file/folder listing program, don’t miss your chance and download a copy of ExpPrint right away!
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