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Finding Files and Folders with File Explorer WINDOWS 8

 

 

File Explorer organizes your files within

folders and libraries. Because a file can

be tucked into a folder or subfolder, you

might have to hunt for it. One approach is

to methodically move from library to folder

to file through a logical hierarchy until you

find the file. Another approach is to search

for the file; the search results will take you

directly to the file, no matter where it’s

located.

 

Finding Files and Folders with File Explorer WINDOWS 8

 

Locate a Folder in a Library

1 With File Explorer displayed, doubleclick

a library to display its contents.

2 Double-click the folder that contains

the file.

3 If the file is contained in a subfolder,

double-click that folder to display its

contents.

 

When you double-click a folder that contains

subfolders, those subfolders are displayed

in the leftmost pane of File Explorer. Any

lower-level folders within any of those subfolders

are displayed in the middle pane of

File Explorer.

 




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