Re: Missing Navigation Pane & toolbar
The Organize button is on the new Vista Command Bar, it is a bar that is
located directly under the Address Bar at the top of the Windows Explorer
window. There is no way to hide this bar as far as I know?
How are you opening Windows Explorer?
Windows Desktop Experience
"Angela" <Angela@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> I really appreciate your help. This may be a stupid question but how do I
> click Organize/Layout? There is no toolbar, no menu bar, nothing at the
> of the window that has any buttons/menu items to click on. There is
> in the window that even says Organize.
> "Ronnie Vernon MVP" wrote:
>> A couple of items that may have caused this.
>> In Windows Explorer, click Organize/Layout and make sure that Navigation
>> Pane and Menu Bar are selected.
>> If the Navigation Pane is visible, but you only see 'Favorite Links',
>> at the bottom of the pane for 'Folders'. Hover the mouse cursor over the
>> line directly above the word 'Folders' until it turns into a double
>> press and hold the left mouse button and drag it to the top of the pane.