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What can you do to change the "view" options of folders, and sub-folders to all be the same, all at one time? The "view", "folder options" and "like current folder" button doesnot work. I prefer the "list", "status bar" view, but am having to change all folders one at a time!
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try going to My computer/open/view/options
and execute the folder view option from this location
using the "like current folder"
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Also in forder options check the "like settings you choose'
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LadyKath earned 50 total points
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Rldaves, you can all so change view options from WIndows Explorer, tools then folder options.
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THANKS!
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