Re: how do I search for specific file types?
Kind is a 'rollup' of file types. .bmp, .jpg, ,tif are all of the kind
You can select the 'Kinds' column in a detail view in Explorer to see what
is assigned for Excel spreadsheets. (I haven't installed Office under Vista
yet, I only have it under XP, which doesn't have 'kinds'.
Microsoft MVP [Windows XP Shell/User]
"Daniel Noll" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Keith Miller MVP wrote:
>> For videos, in the Search box type:
>> Date range search for a specific file type is easiest via Advanced Search
>> which should be accesible via the right-hand pane of your start menu.
>> Click the drop arrow labeled 'Advanced Search' and you can specify
>> creation date after a specified date. You can use '.xls' in the Name box
>> or 'type:Excel' in the Search box.
> I wonder why it's type: for one and kind: for another.
> I guess I'd expect kind:spreadsheet to pull up Excel files, i.e. "kind:"
> is generic whereas "type:" is specific.