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  • CtRmPoet
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    Joined: Mar 24th, 2008, 02:40
    Viewing Contents of all Sub-Folders in a Folder
    When I was a younger man, I actually knew my way around my macs pretty well. Now, though, I'm old and have been stuck in PC-land for too long, and can't do a dang thing anymore.... I want to be able to easily toggle open all of the subfolders in a file so that I can everything within at a glance. Can y'all teach me, please?
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  • Rounik Admin
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    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006, 08:13
    Re: Viewing Contents of all Sub-Folders in a Folder
    Hi CtRmPoet, Welcome back to the world of Mac's! If you open a finder window and are in List view (Command - 2), in order to see the contents of a folder click on the disclosure triangle on the left of the folder name. If that folder has sub folders within and you want to see the contents of all sub-folders hold down Option-Command and click on the disclosure triangle. Personally, I prefer viewing folders in Column view (Command - 3) ;-) Let us know if you have any other questions. Rounik
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