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PostSubject: Organizing File Display, Stacking & Grouping   Sat May 10, 2008 11:33 am

Organizing File Display into Stacks

Normally when you look at files in the Explorer, they are commonly shown alphabetically or by type

There is another way you can view them which is in Stacks. This is different than organizing into Groups

1. Start the Windows Explorer
2. Go to a directory that has different types of files
3. Hover over Type in the bar at the top
4. Click on the down arrow
5. At the bottom, click on Stack by Type
6. Now you will see icons representing the different file types. You won't see the actual files at this point
7. Clicking on one of the icons will show the files that are in that type
8. If you Stack by Name, files will be grouped into 0-9, A-H, I-P, and Q-Z

Organizing File Display into Groups

Normally when you look at files in the Explorer, they are commonly shown alphabetically or by type

There is another way you can view them which is in Groups

1. Start the Windows Explorer
2. Go to a directory that has different types of files
3. Hover over Type in the bar at the top
4. Click on the down arrow
5. Click on Group
6. Now you will see your files sorted by Group with the heading for each group type clearly shown. This heading makes it easier to see what type of files it is.



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