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folder display of the current location? - Windows XP/2000/ME

Hi Sandman, Think i understand your question, and assume you are talking about working in explorer ?? Anyhow, if you right click in the grey area at the top of the explorer window, then tick the option to show address. Hope this is what you are after. John "Sandman" <derek_sk> wrote in message news:OBYQj0kRDHA.2248TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl... > How do I get the "address" display of the folder I am working from to be > shown? For instance, if I am working with software, its convenient for me > (as it was in Win 98) to see EXACTLY where I am in the ...

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    Default Re: folder display of the current location?

    Hi Sandman,

    Think i understand your question, and assume you are talking
    about working in explorer ??
    Anyhow, if you right click in the grey area at the top of the
    explorer window, then tick the option to show address.

    Hope this is what you are after.
    John


    "Sandman" <derek_sk> wrote in message news:OBYQj0kRDHA.2248TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
    > How do I get the "address" display of the folder I am working from to be
    > shown? For instance, if I am working with software, its convenient for me
    > (as it was in Win 98) to see EXACTLY where I am in the folder in order to
    > copy and paste the "address" I presently am at in the appropriate section
    > the software asks .
    >
    > Eg. say I am in D drive, and working on image batching, in Win 98 it would
    > say D:\pictures\images\hotels
    > I could then easily copy and paste this into software that deals with image
    > editing. On Win XP, I presently cannot and find this to be a pain and
    > bersome. Is there anyway to adjust these settings on XP to get it to
    > function the same way it did on 98?
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Sandman
    >
    >

    John Mc Guest

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    Default folder display of the current location?

    How do I get the "address" display of the folder I am working from to be
    shown? For instance, if I am working with software, its convenient for me
    (as it was in Win 98) to see EXACTLY where I am in the folder in order to
    copy and paste the "address" I presently am at in the appropriate section
    the software asks .

    Eg. say I am in D drive, and working on image batching, in Win 98 it would
    say D:\pictures\images\hotels
    I could then easily copy and paste this into software that deals with image
    editing. On Win XP, I presently cannot and find this to be a pain and
    bersome. Is there anyway to adjust these settings on XP to get it to
    function the same way it did on 98?

    Thanks,

    Sandman


    Sandman Guest

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