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Configure printer settings for TreeSize.




Charts and lists to include

Configure the charts and lists that are added to the export

Check all the different chart types and list types that shall be included in the report that will be printed.

Export Depth

Elements that are currently visible in the user interface

Only the expanded/visible parts of the Directory Tree will be printed.

Full directory tree

If this option is selected, the complete Directory Tree will be printed.

Elements up to directory level

Allows to restrict the amount of data that is printed to a certain level.

Elements larger than

Only elements that have a certain minimum size will be printed.


Exported Elements

Folders only

If this option is selected, only folders will be printed.

Folders and [Files] item

If this option is selected, single files will not be printed. Instead, their values such as "Size" and "Allocated" will be aggregated into a special node "[Files]".

Folders and single files

If activated, single files will be printed as well. This may result in very large reports compared to exporting the files in a grouped view (see option above).


Exported Columns

Use the column list to specify which information shall be included in printed reports. A list of all available columns with their descriptions can be found here.

Use same columns as in details view

Activate this option if you want to use the same columns that are currently used in the details view.

Use custom column settings

This option allows for a fully customizable selection of columns for this particular export. You can change the size for each column individually.



Use bold text and colors for printed reports too

Turn this option on to apply the settings for bold folder names for printed reports.



Print Setup...

Opens a dialog that allows to select the default printer, as well as the size and orientation of the printed report.


Page Setup

Margin Left/Top/Right/Bottom

Change these margins to increase or decrease the spacing that is left near the edges of the report.

Page orientation

Use "Portrait" for a vertically aligned report, or "Landscape" for horizontal alignment.