You've don it again, dean-dean.
Great advice, thank you.
Just what I needed, Vista-novice jumping from W98SE.
Saved me hours of trial & error.
"dean-dean" <email@example.com> schreef in bericht
> Hi Maria. IS the window under the Taskbar? If you maximize the window, do you see the Status
> Bar? You can move the window around, when it's not maximized, by putting your mouse over the
> Title Bar of the window, holding down your right-click mouse button, and then drag the window.
> The Title Bar is way up at the top of the window, with the close (red X), minimize, etc. buttons
> in it. You can also try re-sizing the window, to have it fit on your screen the way you like.
> If you still don't see the Status Bar, in the Toolbar, go to Organize > Layout, and put a check
> next to Menu Bar. From the Menu Bar, choose View, and then put a check next to Status Bar. You
> may also want to go to Organize > Layout, and choose Details Pane.
> "Maria MS" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:OqNx8b11HHA.5992@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>> Just moved from W98SE to Vista Home Premium... major leap.
>> Tried all settings for Windows Explorer, using the classical view, but cannot detect the old
>> practical info at the bottom of the frame - in fact there seems to be no bottomborder, the page
>> just ssems to continue under the taskbar -
>> e.g. 43 items 2 hidden 3.43 MB This computer
>> Any clues how to make those elementary data visible again?