A quick and dirty way without any new software is from a DOS shell:
Click Start, Programs, DOS Prompt or click Start, Run. In the Run
box, type “command.com” without the quotes and press enter.
(WinXP, NT, 2K, type “cmd”)
Navigate your way to the directory where the files are located, and use
the DIR command to list the directory and use switches to control output.
/a shows ALL files (hidden, system, etc.) dir/a
/o (letter o, not a zero) sorts them alphabetically dir/o
/s shows subdirectories dir/s
/b bare format: Just the long filename. dir/b
Add the command “>list.txt” to send the output to a text file “List.txt”.
(Double “>>”‘s makes the DIR command append the output to an existing text
So if you want a list of EVERY file on the C:\Music folder sent to a text
file that you can edit, then use the following command:
dir c:\music /a/b/o/s>list.txt
By 3rd party Software:
Karen’s Directory Printer
Print Folder Pro:
DirPrint by Wim Heirman: