How many times have you collated a number of files in to a directory and wished you could export the contents of this directory to your printer or to a text file? In many business scenarios, people worth with files and are often told to print off a list of drive contents, for analysis. It may not happen every day, but it's a scenario where you might want a tool that will quickly print of the contents of a directory.
Directory Report 30 is a tool designed to handle, collate, print and display the contents of a directory. You're not just limited to the root directory, you can also print and export sub-directories. Better still, you can export the data in a myriad of different formats, so your data could be imported in to Excel, as an example. You don't need to just report and export, as Directory Report 30 will enable you to batch-manage the contents of a directory.
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