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    Hi everyone. I've been looking for a program to list folders and their size. (NOT individual files) I've tried several programs from searches here and on cnet. I've tried printfolder, listmaker, JDirPrint, etc. The one that came the closest is FreeCommander. It gave the right view, but I can't export it to text. Please see image below:




    Does anyone know of a program that fits the bill?

    Thanks so much.

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    Folder Size: http://foldersize.sourceforge.net/

    Its not Vista compatable though. But it gets the job done with XP.


    EDIT: But i dont know what you mean by export to text... Folder size doesnt do that.
    blah blah blah... whatever...



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    Quote Originally Posted by erRor67 View Post

    EDIT: But i dont know what you mean by export to text... Folder size doesnt do that.
    Export to text, meaning able to save the folder and size information in a text format, either cut and paste or saving as a text document. Thanks for the reply. The save function, however, is what I'm after.

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    http://soft.km.ua/soft/dirlot/index.en.html

    just select, copy from the diagram and paste the text where you need.

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    File monkey works great for that>>>http://www.monkeyjob.com/FileMonk.html

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    Have you used PrintFolder Pro?

    Code:
    _http://www.no-nonsense-software.com/printfolder/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olexandr View Post
    http://soft.km.ua/soft/dirlot/index.en.html

    just select, copy from the diagram and paste the text where you need.
    This seems to fit the bill. Thanks!!

    Thanks for the suggestions everyone!

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