When optimizing the memory storage on computer, users often feel hard to find this or that folder or file due to a complex folder structure. In order not to get lost in you folders, you can simply create a report that will show the entire structure of your memory disk or some specific parent folder. In this way you will see the full picture of where your items are located. For better convenience you can export directory lists to MS Word or Excel document. This feature is available in Print Maestro.
This program reads your file and folder structure and can export it to one of the following formats:
This is only a short list of all available formats for export, so you can be sure the program supports all possible file types. Also you can use Print Maestro as a directory printer for printing the list of subdirectories, folder tree or file tree with different additional information.
When generating report, you can setup files or folder filters in order to display only the items you need, skipping the rest. You can setup the number of subfolder levels. For instance, if you set it as 1, the report will contain only one level: folder/subfolder. If you set more levels, you will get more detailed report of what subfolders are stored in the catalogue you selected.
In order to export directory lists to Excel format you need to do the following:
- Select folder that you'd like to view
- Choose 'Folder list' as a report type
- Click on Export icon in the top left corner
- Press Excel
- Click 'Save'
After export is completed, the report file will be automatically opened, so you can check the results immediately. Try it now, download a free trial here.