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PrintFolder Pro FAQ

Before you buy

  • How can I buy PrintFolder Pro?
  • Is online registration safe?

    For the registered user

  • Am I entitled to free upgrades?
  • Where can I download the latest version?

    Using PrintFolder Pro

  • How can I list a few, specific files in any directory?
  • How can I make a list containing only the path and filename?
  • Can I print a treeview of all my files and folders?
  • Can I create a batchfile to perform the same operation on a set of files?
  • Can I create a list with the file information on separate lines?
  • Can I print just the names of the subfolders in one single folder?

    How can I buy PrintFolder Pro?
    You can register SuperCat and PrintFolder Pro online, by phone, fax, mail, purchase order or direct bank transfer. MORE ...

    Is online registration safe?
    All our online registrations are processed by share-it!, a leading e-commerce company. The share-it! order process is protected via a secure connection so that the data sent to the recipient can only be read by the recipient. Important information such as credit card numbers, addresses, etc. is sent to the recipient securely via the Internet.

    All of the data entered on the protected pages is encrypted using the SSL (Secure Socket Layer) protocol. Our servers support SSL Version 3 and 168-bit Triple DES encryption. The RSA module and SSL sessions feature 1024-bit encryption. MORE ...

    Am I entitled to free upgrades?
    Yes, all upgrades are free.

    Where can I download the latest version?
    For upgrades, check Help > Upgrade from the program menu.

    How can I list a few, specific files in any directory?
    You can limit the list of files by entering any filter or filename to search for matching files. You can even also use wildcards like * and ?. For example, using a filter of rea?me.* will find and list for printing all files named readme.txt, readme.doc, etc. in the selected folder (and in subfolders, if you wish). To list multiple file types, separate filters with a semicolon, like this: *.gif;*.jpg;*.psd.

    How can I make a list containing only the path and filename?
    Select the following pattern in Advanced options:

    	%PATH\%NAME
    
    In "More options", make sure you uncheck "Include volume label", "Include folder summary" and "Include folder header".

    This will produce a list like this:

    	C:\folder\filea.ext
    	C:\folder\filebext
    	C:\folder\subfolder1\filec.ext
    	C:\folder\subfolder1\filed.ext
    	C:\folder\subfolder2\filee.ext
    

    Can I print a treeview of all my files and folders?
    Yes. Just click on the treeview button in the main toolbar, to produce output similar to this:

    	|-- C:\Root
    	|  |-- file1.txt                                      
    	|  |-- anotherfile.txt                                      
    	|  |-- C:\Root\Subfolder
    	|  |  |-- file in subfolder.txt 
    

    Can I create a batchfile to perform the same operation on a set of files?
    You can use an advanced pattern like

    	COPY %NAME A: 
    
    to produce output that can be used to copy all files in a folder to your A-drive:
    	COPY log.txt  A:
    	COPY image.bmp A:
    	COPY cdplayer.ini A:
    

    Can I create a list with the file information on separate lines?
    Yes, you can. Use \n to include linebreaks in your output. For example, you can use an advanced pattern like

    	%NAME \n File size: %SIZE \n File date: %DATE \n
    	Song title: %MP3_TIT \n\n
    
    to produce output like this:
    	mp3file1.mp3           
     	File size: 4 265 819 
     	File date:  19.10.1998  
     	Song title: I Never Loved You Anyway       
    
    	mp3file2.mp3                                    
     	File size: 3 104 644 
     	File date:  17.12.1998  
     	Song title: Barbie Girl                    
    
    	mp3file3.mp3                                 
     	File size: 3 816 931 
     	File date:  17.12.1998  
     	Song title: Believe 
    

    Can I print just the names of the subfolders in one single folder?
    Under "More options" you check "List folders only", check "Full path" if you want the full path, ucheck if you want the path relative to your start folder. Now check "Recurse subfolders" just above the OK-button and select the number of levels you want to include.

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