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how to print playlist in windows media player, windows 7

by kadjihas / February 8, 2012 10:25 AM PST

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How to print playlist from Windows Media Player
by easytouch123 / January 4, 2013 5:52 AM PST

close all programs -open Windows Media Player - get the playlist that you want to print on the screen - click on the print screen button once - click on start - type in paint - hit enter - when the paint program comes up go to upper left corner where it says paste and click on the clipboard - when the playlist comes up on the paint screen go to the blue button in the upper left corner - click on the drop down list - click on print and it will print the portion of the playlist that appears on the screen - if the playlist is too long to fit on the screen you will have to repeat this process after advancing the playlist - this works for me on Windows 7 - can't guarantee it for anything else - myself I would rather do this than download a print software from an unknown source



another way is close all programs - open Windows Media Player - get the playlist that you want to print on the screen - click on start - click on all programs - click on accesseries - click on snipping tool - when snipping tool box comes up click on new - click on rectangular snip - outline the area you want to save - click on save to your choice - I use pictures - then print from pictures

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