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Print Windows 7 Search Results window?

I'm searching for all files that contain the word "amendment" in the file name using Windows Explorer.   I have come up with 1,000+ files and would like to print out the list of file names.   How can I do this without having to take screen shots?

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fundacionrtsAdministrador de SistemasCommented:
Hi mp04279,

when Windows 7 search show all results, select all using [Edit > Select All]. Then, hold the Shift key and right click the search results to copy Paths.

Then go to Notepad or similar and select Paste.

Hope this helps.
Aditya AroraNetwork & Hardware Commented:
Yes  As fundacionrts says, in search result you need to press ctrl + A then Shift + right click and select copy path, the paste it in notepad/word then print
Get "total commander"
go to directory
search (alt-f7)
"feed to listbox"
mark all files (shift left-click)
(menu) mark - copy selected names to clipboard

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