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2001-05-14, 15:34 #1MissyHGuest
Does anyone know how to print the names of documents listed on, e.g., a 3x5 disk so I can have a label on the disk?
Thanks in advance
2001-05-14, 20:56 #2
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<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1>Edited by Phil Rabichow on 14-May-01 20:56.</FONT></P>Hi MissyH:
There are a couple of ways to print the filenames in a folder. One which I like is a utility called filegrab from PC Magazine. You can list just the filename, full path, & with or without various attributes. You can download it free <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.zdnet.com/downloads/stories/info/0,,000OEA,.html>here</A>. (URL was edited.)
As far as making disk labels, after you have your filename list, you can paste it in a Word file. Convert the text to a table & save this file (e.g. name it filenames.doc). Then open another document & do a mail merge (Tools/Mail Merge...). Follow the directions in the wizard for labels, using a size that matches your disk labels. When the "wizard" asks for a database, open the "filenames.doc" that you created & follow the prompts. You can buy pre-cut label stock in any office supply store.
It's actually easier to do than to explain. Hope this helps.