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Is there a way to copy windows directory tree


I have sub folders with 100 photo's in each
I am tired of typing each name onto an HTML directory (so they can click
on the listing link and see the photo.)
Then I can just cut and paste onto the cover of the cd when I burn them for my water garden customers.


example:
windows directory . . . .. . .. . .. . .. .Html (index.htm)
C:\waterlilies\
photo2.jpg . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . .. . . . . . .Photo2.jpg
photo3.jpg . . . . . .. ->> copy to ->> . . . Photo3.jpg
photo55.jpg . . . .. ... ... . . . .. . . .... . . ..photo55.jpg
photo 119.jp . . .... .. .. . .. . . . . .... .. . . photo119.jpg



is there a way to get windows xp to give up the just the directory text it displays?

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Take a look at Karen's Directory Printer - freeware or more simply use a screen capture program - such as Faststone Capture to capture an image off the screen,

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Originally Posted by PeteC
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Take a look at Karen's Directory Printer - freeware or more simply use a screen capture program - such as Faststone Capture to capture an image off the screen,

Karens directory gets me one step closer but..
It does not save in a text file of directores or files but

code to send the info to the printer
======================================================
\Program Files\DirPrn\ ------- 0 5 1,714,649 1,714,649
---A---X DirPrn.exe DirPrn.exe C:\Program Files\DirPrn\DirPrn.exe C:\Program Files\DirPrn\ exe
---A---X DirPrn.hlp DirPrn.hlp C:\Program Files\DirPrn\DirPrn.hlp C:\Program Files\DirPrn\ hlp
---A---- FileFilters.txt FILEFI~1.TXT C:\Program Files\DirPrn\FileFilters.txt C:\Program Files\DirPrn\ txt
---A---- PTDirPrn.txt PTDirPrn.txt C:\Program Files\DirPrn\PTDirPrn.txt C:\Program Files\DirPrn\ txt
---A---- ST6UNST.LOG ST6UNST.LOG C:\Program Files\DirPrn\ST6UNST.LOG C:\Program Files\DirPrn\ LOG
C:\Program Files\DirPrn\ ------- 0 5 1,714,649 1,714,649
=========================================================


once the info is printed I can then scan it back into the pc through a OCR and get the text that way.. that can then be put into an HTML making the links clickable.... YES this is better then typing all the files.. but still there should be an easier way.

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Look at Directory Report - this appears to do text files and HTML

More here ....

http://www.google.com/search?sourcei...ectory+printer

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Originally Posted by PeteC

More here ....

[url
http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&rls=GGLG,GGLG:2006-15,GGLG:en&q=file+and+directory+printer[/url]
What would we do without google.. if you know how to phrase it..

Here is the GEM.. and I do mean GEM

The JR Directory Printer Utility -Freeware-
allows you to print a listing of every file contained within a directory and/or subdirectory(ies).

Download (size: 173 KB)

at Spadixbd.com


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frazzle99--You seem satisfied with printing out the names of files in a directory, but according to your initial post
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I am tired of typing each name onto an HTML directory (so they can click on the listing link and see the photo.)
I am not sure how important the issue of clicking on the listing link is but, if you put the sub-folders (which I assume have URL's or each of the images) into your Favorites Folder, you can now click IE File|Import and Export|Next|Export Favorites|choose what part of Favorites you want to export|Next. You will have created a file called Bookmarks.html where you have chosen. It will be a file of clickable links that will connect to URL's.

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