Justin: Thanks for your interest. I did what you suggested with the following
results (I'ts a spanish vista)
No se encuentra la ruta de acceso: C\Usuarios\Myname\<folder>
Recall: the problem is when I acces via the folder Myname in the desktop.
Neither for this other path: c:\Usuarios\documents\
"Justin Martin [MSFT]" wrote:
> Can you open a command prompt and type:
> attrib c:\user\documents\<folder you created>
> and send the output?
> Also, if you click in the addressbar from the Save dialog, does the path
> show up as the same path?
> "Angie" wrote:
> > I'm running Windows Vista. I'm trying to save a file in my c:\user\documents\
> > folder. The file is an Excel (2000) .xls file. Under the mentioned
> > c:\user\documents\ I have the standard Vista folders and some othes of my own
> > creation.
> > If I select the folder via "desktop", then the last ones (the new folders
> > created by myself) aren't visible under de "save file" dialog , nevertheless
> > they are visible from the explorer. In fact some other folders such as the
> > "Roaming" folder which is Vista's created aren't neither there...
> > On the other hand, if I select the folder by selecting the C: drive and
> > navigating through the folders i can see them perfectly.
> > Does anyone have an idea of how configure it to allow direct acces from de
> > desktop icon to the whole content of my documents file, including my own
> > folders, when I save a file?