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Posted on 2004-04-15
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Is it possible in Windows 2000 when viewing a folder in Thumbnail view to Display the contents of a folder containing images as 4 smaller thumbnails on top of the folder icon, instead of normal small folder icon. I have seen this done in XP but am not sure if it can be done in 2k
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Question by:recoilchris
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Hi recoilchris,


W2k gets close but it can't do the 4 icons, that's a nice feature of XP.
This shows you waht you can do (it's half way down the link):
http://wiscinfo.doit.wisc.edu/ltde/ORFI/ces/windows.htm
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