If you want to add a “Print Directory” command to the Windows 7 context menu, you first need to create a new registry key. To do this, open the Registry Editor (press the Windows key + R, type regedit, and press Enter). Then, navigate to the following key:
Next, create a new key under the shell key, and name it print directory. Then, create a new key under the print directory key, and name it command. Finally, double-click the (Default) value under the command key, and type the following into the Value data field:
cmd.exe /c dir “%1” /b /on > “%temp%\listing.txt” && notepad “%temp%\listing.txt”
Click OK, and then close the Registry Editor. Now, when you right-click a folder in Windows Explorer, you should see a “Print Directory” command. When you select this command, a text file will be created containing a list of the files in the selected directory, and then Notepad will be opened with the file.
Step One: Locate The Folder You Want To Add To The Context Menu
First, locate the folder you want to add to the context menu. This can be done by opening up Windows Explorer and navigating to the folder. Once you have located the folder, right-click on it and select “Properties” from the context menu.
In the “Properties” window, select the “Customize” tab.
Under the “Folder Type” section, click the “Context Menu” radio button.
Click the “OK” button to save your changes and close the “Properties” window.
Your folder should now be added to the context menu!
Step Two: Right Click On The Folder And Select “Create Shortcut”
Adding a “Print Directory” option to the Windows 7 context menu is a great way to save time when you need to print a list of files from a folder. To do this, simply right click on the folder and select “Create Shortcut.” Then, in the “Create Shortcut” dialog box, type in the following command:
“C:\Windows\System32\Printdir.exe” /s /b /o /p
Click “Next,” and then type in a name for the shortcut. I usually just name it “Print Directory.” Now, when you right click on a folder, you’ll see the “Print Directory” option in the context menu. Simply select it, and a list of the files in the folder will be printed.
Step Three: Copy The Shortcut To The Following Location
Adding a “Print Directory” option to the Windows 7 context menu is a two-step process. First, you’ll need to create a shortcut to the “printdir.exe” file. Second, you’ll need to copy the shortcut to the following location:
To create the shortcut, right-click on the “printdir.exe” file and select “Create Shortcut.” A new shortcut will appear in the same directory. Right-click on the new shortcut and select “Copy.”
Next, open the “AppData” folder. To do this, press the Windows key + R to open the Run dialog. Type “AppData” into the dialog and press Enter.
In the “AppData” folder, open the “Roaming” folder. Then, open the “Microsoft” folder. After that, open the “Windows” folder. Next, open the “Start Menu” folder. Finally, open the “Programs” folder.
Paste the shortcut into the “Accessories” folder. You can do this by right-clicking in the folder and selecting “Paste.”
Now, when you right-click on a folder in Windows Explorer, you’ll see a “Print Directory” option. Selecting this option will open the “printdir.exe” file and print a list of the contents of the selected folder.
Step Four: Add The Shortcut To The Context Menu
In order to add the print directory shortcut to the context menu in Windows 7, you will need to take the following steps:
1. Right-click on the desktop and select “New -> Shortcut”.
2. In the “Create Shortcut” window, enter the following command:
3. Click “Next” and then enter a name for the shortcut.
4. Click “Finish” to create the shortcut.
5. Right-click on the shortcut and select “Properties”.
6. In the “Shortcut” tab, click on the “Change Icon” button.
7. In the “Change Icon” window, click on the “Browse” button.
8. Navigate to the following location:
9. Select the “Folder” icon and click on the “OK” button.
10. Click on the “Apply” button and then click on the “OK” button.
11. Right-click on the shortcut and select “Cut”.
12. Press the “Start” button and then enter the following text in the search box:
13. Press the “Enter” key and then paste the shortcut into the “SendTo” folder.
14. Close the “SendTo” folder and you should now be able to access the print directory feature by right-clicking on any folder.
Adding the “Print Directory” command to the Windows 7 context menu is a great way to save time when printing large numbers of files. The process is simple and only requires a few clicks. Once the command has been added, simply right-click on a folder and select “Print Directory” from the context menu. A list of all the files in the selected folder will be generated and sent to your printer.