Cannot view Folders in Source Control Explorer

Cannot view folders in Source Control Explorer.  I closed out of it and now it won't show up. Please see screenshots attached.  I checked toolbars, various explorers and option to see if I can see them again but I can't seem to find it.    Can someone tell me how to make the folder explorer appear again.
Thank you in advance!
Kalyani SulkarAnalystAsked:
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ITguy565Commented:
Please reattach screenshots.
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ITguy565Commented:
Try CTRL + ALT + L
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ITguy565Commented:
Also, what version of visual studio are we talking about?
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Kalyani SulkarAnalystAuthor Commented:
IT was just the folder button on the top menu!  It looked like "Create New" button so I didn't try it out at first. Thank you for your help.
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ITguy565Commented:
Glad you were able to get it resolved.
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