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Old 09-15-2007
brian
 

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Displaying file lists
When I go to C/Local Disk the display reads as a list of music files with
Name- Artist - Album-Genre etc - I cannot get it to display as a list of
files as normally expected.
OS vista Business - also have iTunes - is this the cause?
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Old 09-15-2007
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RE: Displaying file lists
Right click on the colum heading and then select the column names you want.
For other folder, right click and then select properties, the customize and
select all or douments.
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"brian" wrote:

> When I go to C/Local Disk the display reads as a list of music files with
> Name- Artist - Album-Genre etc - I cannot get it to display as a list of
> files as normally expected.
> OS vista Business - also have iTunes - is this the cause?

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Old 09-17-2007
R. C. White
 

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Re: Displaying file lists
Hi, Brian.

As Paul said, you can customize your choice of columns to be displayed.

But you probably need to click View | Customize this Folder. Then, on the
Customize tab, in the top drop-down box, select Documents, rather than
Music. And you might want to check the box to apply this template to
subfolders, too.

RC
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> When I go to C/Local Disk the display reads as a list of music files with
> Name- Artist - Album-Genre etc - I cannot get it to display as a list of
> files as normally expected.
> OS vista Business - also have iTunes - is this the cause?


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