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Lets say I have a folder under Start - Program Files, called Games.  And in that Games folder, I have more games than can be displayed on one column.  In this case, I can go to the bottom and scroll down (or up) to see the remainder of icons.  Is there a way to setup W98 to show all icons under this Games folder (or all folders), regardless of how many there are?  It would obviously have to open multiple columns to display them all but that would be fine.
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by:AST99
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Drodey

Are you looking to change the scrolling menu to multiple columns, as we had in W95? Or you are trying to get every single icon in your GAMES folder to show up under the menu?

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by:drodey
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1cell,
Tks, exactly what I needed.

AST99,
Yeah, I was looking for multiple column display.  Tks anyway.
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