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In a windows7 search, can I see both image preview and folder path

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In a windows7 search, can I see both image preview and folder path
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by:John Hurst
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There is nothing wrong with that. Look at folder options in Control Panel and you can turn off image view if you do not want it.
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Yes you can. Perform your search, enable the Preview Pane, then change the View to Detail.

To enable the Preview Pane just click on the Show the preview pane button on the top right corner of Explorer:


Next click on the down arrow to the left of the Show the preview pane button and change the view to Details:


You should then be able to see the Folder path column which will contain the folder path to the files. You can right click on this column (or any column for that matter) and click on Size all columns to fit if you want Explorer to autosize the columns for you so you can see the contents of each column properly:
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thanks for folder path and image preview
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