Staying organized with your own folders


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Staying organized with your own folders

Windows Explorer isn't just for navigating your folders and files, there are things you can do with those folders and files and ways to stay organized. That's what we are going to explore right now. If you've got the Exercise Files, we're going to open up that folder. I've got mine on the Desktop. So double-clicking opens it up. Now I am going to move it from the Title Bar, clicking-and-dragging all the way to the left until it resizes itself to the left-side of the screen. Now, to open up another occurrence of Windows Explorer, I am going to go down to the Taskbar, and right-click.

From here, I can choose on the pop-up menu Windows Explorer. This opens up the second occurrence. Now, I can move to the Title Bar and drag that one all the way to the right to resize and position it. Now, you can see I've got two Windows Explorer windows open, which is ideal for copying and moving files around. There are other things we can do as well. Let's say we've got some files...

Staying organized with your own folders
Video duration: 4m 44s 6h 31m Beginner

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Staying organized with your own folders provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Windows 7 Essential Training

Subjects:
Business Education + Elearning
Software:
Windows
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