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How to sort files alphabetically in files tab

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Hi!

Stupid question, but its drving me mad ....
How can I sort the files in alphabetical order in the files tab?

Thanks.
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Question by:The-Jimmy
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rockmansattic earned 252 total points
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DW should automatically  put folders 'abc' and then files 'abc' when you refresh the site.??
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what operating system?
In any case if it is windows then click on the little Expand/Collapse Icon that looks like a blue bar over a white square on the very right above the "Remote View" "Local View" drop down.  When it expands you can click on a column to sort the files by that column.  "Click on the Local Files" column to get them sorted in alphabetical order.
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Why delete no refund?  I provided a working answer and step by step instructions for Windows operating system.  It is similar steps, but the buttons look differently on Mac OS.

I think that my comment {10892406} should be selected as the answer.
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Agree with mrichmon,  

Both comments were correct, and at least one should be accepted.

my comments was to show default settings and the 'quick' answer.
Mrichmon was much more informative and percise.

Rockman
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I wouldn't be opposed to a split either - I just object to the question being deleted.
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