Re: returning to a search
Before you click to view a file in the results, click the Save Search button
on the Command Bar. You can give the search a distinctive name or just
accept the default name. Click Save and the file will be saved to the
C:\Users\your username\Searches folder and will not close. If this is a
search that you perform often, just leave the file in that folder. In the
future, to perform the same search, you simply need to click that folder.
"barglen" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> When search finds folders (eg Temp) and you double click the folder in the
> search results, the folder is opened and the contents displayed. This is
> it should be. However, if you then want to return to the search results
> to perhaps identify another folder found in the search and open it up)
> than just go straight back to the list of results the search is
> This can be most frustrating if you want to view a number of folders. If
> search is extensive (eg everywhere including hidden etc) it can take a
> time. A quick look at the contents of a found folder can take ages when
> search is repeated when you return from looking at the folder (eg click
> back button).
> Is there any way to quickly go back to the search results without the
> itself bing repeated. Wastes an awful lot of time.