To print the results of a file search that you performed in Windows Explorer, or My Computer:

1. Install the Send to X 1.4 PowerToy.

2. Click in the right-hand Search Results pane and press CTRL+A to select all the objects.

3. Right-click any highlighted object and press Send To and Clipboard as Name.

4. Open Notepad.exe and press CTRL+V to paste the found objects.

5. Print the result.

If you want the report to contains attributes, date, time, size, and fully qualified file name:

1. Save the open Notepad.exe to a text file.

2. Run:

PrintSearch FileName \[/K\]

where FileName is the file you saved in step 1, and /K is an optional parameter to will prevent FileName from being deleted after the report is printed.

PrintSearch.bat contains:

@echo off
if \{%1\}<h1><a name="_echo_Syntax_PrintSearch_FileName_K_amp_goto_EOF_if_not_exist_1_echo_PrintSearch_1_File_not_found_amp_goto_EOF_setlocal_set_file_1_set_wf_TEMP_PrintSearch_tmp_if_exist_wf_del_q_wf_for_f_Tokens_a_in_type_file_do_echo_ftzaa_gt_gt_wf_if_i_not_2_">\{\} @echo Syntax: PrintSearch FileName \[/K\]&goto :EOF
if not exist %1 @echo PrintSearch %1 - File not found.&goto :EOF
setlocal
set file=%1
set wf="%TEMP%\PrintSearch.tmp"
if exist %wf% del /q %wf%
for /f "Tokens=*" %%a in ('type %file%') do (
 @echo %%~ftzaa>>%wf%
)
if /i not \{%2\}</a></h1>\{/K\} del /q %file%
notepad.exe /p %wf%
del /q %wf%
endlocal