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redisplay list found by Windows Search

Posted on 2011-05-06
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Last Modified: 2012-05-11
If I do a Windows Search and get a list of matches, then pick one, how do I got back to the list if my first pick isn't what I wanted? I don't want to have to do the search again.
Question by:GordonPrince

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sweeps earned 500 total points
ID: 35705811
just hit the back button on the explorer window.

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ID: 35706137
Actually I'm trying to get it to work from the search window beside the start button. But your idea led me to a solution -- when the list of items displays, click on [Show More Results] opens an Explorer window. And from there, it works as you said. So I've got it. Thanks.

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