Re: How to change default folder layout?

  • Thread starter Zack Whittaker \(R2 Mentor\)
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Zack Whittaker \(R2 Mentor\)

What I've done, is if you press the Alt key I believe, you can see the menu
bar as in Windows XP. Also, if you open up a standard folder with files in
and arrange them the way you want, so in the details view and "Align to
grid", then go into the Folder Options and click the Apply to All Folders,
this should set up every folder in Windows to look like how you set it up
:o)


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"Apply to All Folders" is not with us anymore :(

"Zack Whittaker (R2 Mentor)" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> What I've done, is if you press the Alt key I believe, you can see the
> menu bar as in Windows XP. Also, if you open up a standard folder with
> files in and arrange them the way you want, so in the details view and
> "Align to grid", then go into the Folder Options and click the Apply to
> All Folders, this should set up every folder in Windows to look like how
> you set it up :o)
>
 

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