Print Folders with STG FolderPrint Plus

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STG FolderPrint Plus is a Windows program for printing folders. You get many options, including:

  • print all folders inside a folder.
  • file type images.
  • columns such as name, size, date, author, album, etc.
  • MP3 and WMA support.
  • View files inside ZIP files.
  • Filters for file types, size and dates.
  • Sort options.

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Watch the video below for a demonstration:


Directory Report

Directory Report
Directory Report is a software utility that prints folders, and also has a number of functions.

  • Directory Printer
  • Find duplicate Files
  • Rename files
  • Change File Date
  • Change File Owner
  • Sync and Compare Folders
  • Compare Files
  • Many reports


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Print a Folder with PrintFolders

PrintFolders can save a list of files and folders into text or HTML files. You can them print these files.

It also supports extra information for MP3 files from reading ID3 tags, and can include sub-folders.

Update (11/2022): Looks like the site was replaced with an ads page.


PrintFolder Pro Review

PrintFolder Pro is a Windows program for printing folders. You get many options, including:

  • Option to List folder or file names only, or include file size, date, time, attributes, and more
  • extract information from popular file formats – such as images and MP3 files
  • Print Headers, Footers, Page Numbers, etc
  • View files inside ZIP files and other compressed formats.PrintFolder Pro
  • Easy operation through Explorer pop-up menu
  • Output as text HTML or delimited list

Print Folders from the command line

People have been printing folders on DOS for decades. And you can do it the same way, even on Windows 7 – just go to the command line, go to the folder you want and type the following:

dir > file.txt

start file.txt

That will open Notepad (or your default program) with a file list like this:

You can now print this file normally, or pass it around.

You can also use dir > lpt1 if your printer is already set for that port.

There are plenty of parameters for dir, too. /S is the most common and displays all sub-folders