Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Windows Explorer
WIN 37
To Expand a Drive
Windows Explorer displays the hierarchy of items in the Folders pane and the contents of drives and folders in the
right pane. You might want to expand a drive to view its contents in the Folders pane. The following step expands a drive.
Click the plus sign in the small box
to the left of the UDISK 2.0 (E:)
icon in the Folders pane to display
the Freshman folder (Figure 1–55).
minus sign indicates
UDISK 2.0 (E:) drive is
expansion of
UDISK 2.0 (E:) drive
plus sign indicates
more fi les are stored
in Freshman folder
Figure 1–55
Other Ways
1. Click drive icon in
Folders pane
2. Select drive to expand using
ARROW keys, press PLUS on
numeric keyboard
3. Select drive to expand, press
To Expand a Folder
When a plus sign in a small box is displayed to the left of a folder icon in the Folders pane, you can expand the
folder to show all the folders it contains. The following step expands the Freshman folder to view the contents of the
Freshman folder.
Click the plus sign in the small
box to the left of the Freshman
icon to expand the Freshman
folder (Figure 1–56).
The Freshman folder is
displayed in Tiles view
using Large Icons format
Why is the 1st Semester folder
indented below the Freshman
folder in the Folders pane?
The folder is indented below the
Freshman icon to show that the
folder is contained within the
Freshman folder. A folder with a
plus sign contains more folders.
minus sign
indicates folder
is expanded
1st Semester
folder icon
1st Semester
folder contains
more folders
Figure 1–56
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