Kim Kommando the Digital Goddess offers up this routine in her latest newsletter for printing files in a folder from Windows Explorer. It does not work however. I'll bet the real experts have the answer.
PRINT A LIST OF FILES IN ANY FOLDER
You can print a list of the files in any folder within
Windows Explorer with this little trick.
1. Open Notepad
2. Type "%1 > lpt1:" (without the quotes) and press Enter.
3. Type "cls" (without the quotes) on the second line (make sure there's nothing after cls).
4. Save this two-line file as "printdir.bat" in your C:\Windows\SendTo folder.
Now, when you want to print a file listing in Explorer,
right-click the folder and select Sent To, printdir.bat.
JANUARY 15 - I CAN NO LONGER ADD A RESPONSE. ALL I CAN DO IS EDIT THE QUESTION. THE SYSTEM MUST BE BROKEN.