Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
FIGURE 4.43
A library open
in an Explorer
window
THE FORMS FOLDER
An interesting thing about viewing a document library using Windows Explorer is that it contains,
by default, a folder called Forms (although you see it only if your local computer is set to see hidden
folders and you have administrative permission on the site). This folder contains the forms that are
used for the library, such as those for different ways to view the content of the page or the form used
to upload files. Within the folder, the Webfldr file is actually the Explorer view listed in the View
menu. The Repair Form, a troubleshooting tool, can be found here as well, and it’s worth keeping
in mind. This page will allow you to reconnect a document if it somehow becomes disconnected
from its content type’s template.
 
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