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Old 05-03-2004, 08:43
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I am going through our company art files and I was wondering if anyone knew of, or has a macro that will take all CDR files in a given folder, and subfolders, and lay them out as thumbnails on an 8.5" x 11" document. I am using CD11 and I want to do this to avoid having to open up each file individually to see if we need to archive it or just delete it. Some files we haven't used in years and others we will never use. They have been backed up several times, so deleteing them won't be a big deal if we ever need them again. It's just that my backup CD capacity is getting closer to 700MB every time and I would like to free up some room. (I burn a new CD everytime)

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BTW... I found Alex's Thumbnailer just after posting this. DUH! Does it included subfolders?
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BTW... I found Alex's Thumbnailer just after posting this. DUH! Does it included subfolders?
No, but you can dump all the files in a single folder through Windows, then run the script to create thumbnails. Or the script can be customized to process sub-folders...
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And how would I go about processing sub folders? I'm not real familiar with the code for accessing hwnd items
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I have just updated the Thumbnailer and it can now process subfolders as well.

http://www.oberonplace.com/vba/drawm...iler/index.htm
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