I've copied below, for your convenience, the publisher s description of the available options
when printing a folder window. Working in advanced mode, I sent a few captured window
contents to my printer to create a paper copy. However, in most of my work, I captured folder
windows by printing to PDF. In addition, I also used the software to produce a list of files for a
booklet to go with a data backup CD I was creating. By working with captured folder contents in
`Print to PDF Mode', I was able to use Acrobat Pro 7 to capture the text listing and transfer that
information directly to a CD label template. It worked both in AppleWorks and in disclabel; after
all, you're just copying and pasting text.
Icons You can decide if you want your file listings to include icons or not. If you do print
icons, you can also decide how large you want them (16x16 pixels to 128x128 pixels).
File Information With Print Window, you can decide if you want your file listing to include
just the file names or if you want to print a wide variety of information about each file.
Look Deeper Have a folder that contains multiple subfolders that also have files you want to
include in your file listing? No problem! Print Window will allow you to automatically expand
subfolders so that your file listing will include those files as well.
Print Window Advanced
Print Window Advanced is a new shareware program first developed for Version 3. Along with
the other features in Print Window Standard, Print Window Advanced provides even more great
features to provide improve your control of the final look of your file listings.
MPN, LLC 2005 macCompanion
August 2005, Volume 3 Issue 8