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saving the titles of videos.

I am trying to save and/or print just the names of my videos. I have saved all 483 dvds i own on my computer so I can put them on my portable player. What I need to do is have a copy of all the names of my videos so I know what I have without having to go through each DVD box or go line by line. I'm just not sure how to do this.

Please help,

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Re: saving the titles of video's

That depends on your computer (is it Mac or Windows or Linux) and on how you can see the title now if you go "line by line". Can you tell more?

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Sorry about the lack of info.. I'm running windows 7 pro and Windows 7 ultimate. The folder is set to read the title, size and length. All I want is to print out a copy of the titles so I don't have to dig through a pile of dvds or all 483 lines of titles in that folder(or more as I add). I have tried to do a copy and paste in to notepad, MS word, MS word processor, all with no luck.

The other part to this is my wife is even less computer literate than I am and she also wants to know what movies we have so she can pick out a few and I can put them on the player for her.

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That is going to work just fine. It will also work for my music files as well. Thank you very much.

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