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    Printing the Cookies Folder

    Help! I need to print the contents of the Cookies folder, as well as the contents of the Temporary Internet Folder. Printing is not a listed option from the menu, and I can not make the Print Screen option work. If I try to copy and paste into Word 2000, I either get an error message that there is not enough memory, or it pastes the first cookie listed, but not the last time the cookie was accessed. I need to be able to print the cookie location, as well as the time last accessed.

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    Re: Printing the Cookies Folder

    Check out http://www.karenware.com and look for " Directory Printer, Print the names, and other information, of all folders and files on your computer.

    Now running HP Pavilion a6528p, with Win7 64 Bit OS.

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    Re: Printing the Cookies Folder

    I hit the print screen, then go to wordpad click on the clipboard, and paste it there.
    It may be a good idea to hit Print, then set up the properties for landscape to
    get all the information captured. Hope this helps.
    raybee

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    Re: Printing the Cookies Folder

    You could get a text printout/file that contains the contents. Click Start > Run... and type command.com. Then type <pre>dir "C:YourDirectoryHere" > list.txt</pre>

    **Notice the quotation marks.
    That will put a list of the contents of the YourDirectoryHere folder into a text file, list.txt. Just print the text file like you would print any other file.

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