How to Print Windows Media Player Library Files


Windows Media Player is media manager application that allows you to listen to music and watch videos. All music files that you add to the application convert to Windows Media Audio (WMA) files and become stored the Library section of the program. You can export the song file data from your Library to another application so that the information is display in a text list. You can then print the library files from the application you exported the data to.

Things You'll Need

  • Windows Media Player
  • Open the Windows Media Player application on your computer. Click on the “Access applications menu” button.

  • Move your mouse over the “Tools” option and then move your mouse over the “Plug-ins” option. Click on the “Media Info Exporter” option and a dialog box will appear.

  • Click on the “Properties” button. Select the program you want to export your library to, such as Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Word, from the “Application to start” drop-down list.

  • Select the file type from the “File type” drop-down list, such as “Text file”, “HTML File” or “XML File”. Click on the “OK” button.

  • Select the “All Music” option from the “Select collection to export” drop-down menu. Click on the “Export” button and your library files will automatically appear in the application you select.

  • Click on the “File” option of your application that now contains your library files and then click on the “Print” option. Make any changes to the setting to meet your preferences and then click on the “Print” button.

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