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March 3, 2005 5:53:04 PM

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I'm temping at an office at a Windows 98 computer, which is why I don't
know the answer to this question -- as basic as it is. I want to be
able to view a file tree, like the old Windows Explorer, but I can't
find the option anywhere. It's a simple click of a button on XP, but
seems well hidden in 98.

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March 3, 2005 5:53:05 PM

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"Bullwinkle" <Bullwinkle@FrostbiteFalls.net> wrote in message
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> I'm temping at an office at a Windows 98 computer, which is why I don't
> know the answer to this question -- as basic as it is. I want to be
> able to view a file tree, like the old Windows Explorer, but I can't
> find the option anywhere. It's a simple click of a button on XP, but
> seems well hidden in 98.

Right-click on the Start button
Choose Explore
Click on View on the Menu Bar
Hover on the Explorer Bar option
When the sub-menu opens, click Folders
March 3, 2005 6:33:48 PM

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Hugh Candlin wrote:
> "Bullwinkle" <Bullwinkle@FrostbiteFalls.net> wrote in message
> news:erYMUqCIFHA.576@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
>
>>I'm temping at an office at a Windows 98 computer, which is why I don't
>>know the answer to this question -- as basic as it is. I want to be
>>able to view a file tree, like the old Windows Explorer, but I can't
>>find the option anywhere. It's a simple click of a button on XP, but
>>seems well hidden in 98.
>
>
> Right-click on the Start button
> Choose Explore
> Click on View on the Menu Bar
> Hover on the Explorer Bar option
> When the sub-menu opens, click Folders
>
>
Worked like a charm. Thanx.
!