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make my finder list alphabetically

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Uh, here's a basic OS 8.1 finder question.  

When I am viewing a window in "as list" mode, I want the files presented alphabetically.  As it is, I hit some combination of keys by accident, and the files are listed Z to A.  How do I get back to an A to Z listing of files?  

Thanks gang.
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weed earned 200 total points
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In the upper right hand corner of your window there is an upside down triangle made up of horizontal lines. Click on it and voila...back to A-Z
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Eck!  So obvious; I want my points back! (just kidding).  Thanks a lot, weed.
Tom
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