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List View Alphbetizing?

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I let my son use my iBook, and now everything on my hard drive list view is alphbetical starting with Z. How to I get it back in A to Z order?
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by:postpress
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In the window, top right corner, kind of underneath the Windowshade control and the expand window control is a striped triangle pointing down. .. click on it and it will toggle first to last, or last to firston the sort.

That one stumped me for a few sessions, too.

G/L!

PS -keep letting your son use you I book
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by:Steven_K
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this should be exactly right.
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forkbeard earned 50 total points
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postpress:

you might as well as repost your comment as an answer so the autograder will take care of this question in 20 days.

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by:forkbeard
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cbrummel:
I think you accepted the wrong comment as the answer.  postpress provided the info for your question, not me.  I dont know if it is possible to reassign the accepted answer to him or not.  You can ask Community Support...

http://www1.experts-exchange.com/Customer_Service/Experts_Exchange/

postpress:  Sorry for the mix up. I was trying to help you get the points.  If it can't be reassigned I would be more than willing to post a Q to give you pts.

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by:darinw
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Hello everyone,

postpress please post an answer at:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Computers/Macintosh/System/Q_10380599.html

cbrummel: remember, the Accept Comment as Answer button is in the header of the comment.

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by:cbrummel
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I'm really sorry,  this is the first question I asked EE, and I didn't realize how it worked. I e-mailed customer service Ian to get it straightened out, but I didn't explain myself very well, I guess. I really appreciated postpress's help, and I was trying to get him his credits.
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by:darinw
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No worries cbrummel. It takes a little time to get used to the way the site works and how questions are managed :)

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postpress, please post an answer at:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Computers/Macintosh/System/Q_10380599.html

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