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  • Printing Folder Contents...

    printing folder contents...

    Okay...on the old OS (9) you could "print window" which was great for sending along to the printer with the folder contents of a job.

    On the new OS 10 I haven't been able to do it.

    Although...a few weeks ago I found something in the Mac Help Viewer that printed just the folder names but now I can't remember what I did to do it.

    Anyone have any help or ideas??

    Typically I just do screen captures...but I've got a HUGE directory with hundreds of folders, so this could take all day to screen capture and splice together all of the folders.

    Thanks!
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    Print Window, it's free and can be found here or Print Finder here
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      my iMac G4 came with a utility called "Grab". That's what I use.

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      • #4
        Yeah, it's a bummer that OS X doesn't accommodate that, hopefully they'll put it back at some point. Here are a couple of things you can try:

        There's a shareware program called Print Window for OSX.

        There's also an Apple Script you can run that'll do it. It came with the default install of the OS. I've included a screenshot:

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        • #5
          Originally posted by balou
          my iMac G4 came with a utility called "Grab". That's what I use.
          Does Grab print the whole contents, or just what you can see on screen? The apps above print the whole directory even if there's thousands of names in there.
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          • #6
            Thank you, thank you, thank you!! While this 'Print Window' download is not as nice as the old print window in OS9, it's definately a big help!

            I appreciate the quick responses everyone...you saved my day!

            Thanks!

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