Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Saving and Organizing Files
Click the ‘Open folder to view i les’
link in the AutoPlay window to
open the USB l ash drive window
New folder button
Why does Figure 30 show
REMOVABLE (E:) for the
USB l ash drive?
REMOVABLE is the name of the USB
l ash drive used to illustrate these
steps. The (E:) refers to the drive
letter assigned by Windows 7 to
the USB l ash drive. The name and
drive letter of your USB l ash drive
probably will be different.
USB l ash
USB l ash drive
Click the New folder button on the
toolbar to display a new folder icon
with the name, New folder, selected
in a text box.
CIS 101 (or your
class code) in the text box
to name the folder.
ENTER key to create a
folder identifying your class on
the selected drive (Figure 31).
If the CIS 101 folder does
not appear in the navigation
pane, double-click REMOVABLE (E:)
in the navigation pane to display
the folder just added.
CIS 101 folder created,
showing a folder icon to
the left of the folder name
CIS 101 folder appears
in navigation pane
What happens when I press the
The class folder (CIS 101, in this case)
is displayed in the File list, which
contains the folder name, date
modii ed, type, and size.
Why is the folder icon displayed
differently on my computer?
Windows might be coni gured to display contents differently on your computer.