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    Printing file properties

    How may I print selected file properties in Windows 7?

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    I use an old version of KRKSoft's Directory Lister - it used to be free, now they want $30

    Ask your favourite search engine to find "dirlister 0.9.1" lots of places have it

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    use the snippping tool built in to win 7 to copy and paste it into a word document or note pad.
    Clive

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    A rather nice screen capture utility is PicPick:
    http://www.picpick.org/download/

    And if you want to print directory listings (Karen Kenworthy's tried and true utility):
    http://www.karenware.com/powertools/ptdirprn.asp

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    I love to use Directory Report
    It can print much more file properties than the DOS dir command
    http://www.file-utilities.com

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