I have some clients with multiple html files in folders that are occasionally updated & printed. They would like to be able to print them all at once without having to open each one.
I typically do this with a quick command for myself, but I'm unaware of any freeware to do this. After a google search, I'm not finding one, so I'm hoping someone can help. I'd rather not use a script to do this for various security/ease of use/familiarity reasons, I'd rather be able to just point to a simple program they can download and use on their windows desktops. Anyone know of one or some other easy solution to do this? Maybe I'm overlooking the obvious.
If anyone's curious, this is what I do for myself (not for my clients):
for %h in (*.html) do type "%h" >> all.htm
then open all.htm & print.
If I need a page break on each doc, I just search and replace in all.htm
<p style="page-break-after:always"> </p></body>.
It's quick & simple, but too unfamiliar for them.