I am looking for a way to display all the subfolders in a list from a folder - that is, I want to see all the subfolders and none of the files. I know that flat view can show the subfolders with all files grouped under them, but I am looking for a way to produce a list of all subfolders of a folder (for re-organizational purposes).
One way is to click the file count on the filter bar and it will hide all files.
I never noticed that before. A(nother) useful feature!
But apparently you still cannot print that list. Other thoughts?
So you're using the Print Folder command then? In that case you can use a filter to filter out files.
Please link your account if you'd like help with doing that.
[quote="jon"]So you're using the Print Folder command then? In that case you can use a filter to filter out files.
Please link your account if you'd like help with doing that.[/quote]
OK - how do I "link my account"? What does that mean?
See the link in Leo's or my signature.
Done. What next?
Thanks for doing that!
In the Print Folder Contents dialog, click the Use filter button to enable a filter, and then click Define.
Set the filter to Type Match [Folders Only] as shown below.
Make sure you have the Flat View option on if you want to print sub-folders recursively.