Re: How can "Tag" files and set ratings?
Open Windows Explorer. Click Organize/Folder and Search Options. In the
Tasks section, select the "Show preview and filters" option.
Now open a folder that contains media (pictures, video, etc) files. Select a
file and at the bottom of the window you will see the options that can be
changed. Click to the right of an option such as Tags to delete or enter
Note: Not all options can be selected or changed, this depends on where the
file came from and how it was created.
"Jeff Ingram" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> With Vista I see this new heading column named "Tags". So I'm assuming
> you can come up with Tag Names and assign them to files how every you'd
> like, but I can't seem to figure out how to do so. When I click
> of a file (say MPEGs, AVIs, MP3s or even pictures) I don't have the option
> available for "Tags" anywhere.
> And on some file types I have seen "Ratings" in the file properties, but
> it was greyed and so I
> couldn't assign a rating to the file.
> How do these functions work?