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I did try how one can permit your documents competently in Windows Explorer?
Is it possible to sort or Disable Numerical Sorting in Windows Explorer however it didn't get to the bottom of the hindrance.
This is everything not just the files, the links in the files do the same.IE6, XP Home SP2,WIndows defender,Superantispyware,Ewido4,a2,Adaware,Spybot,Spyware Blaster,AVG,Zonealarm.Any ideas
Every time I boot my favourites have sorted into alphabetical order.
and the problem is..
Recently got a new day numbers as title (mmdd format and the data files in a given folder use the time as title (hhmm 24hr format). I figured I have to add the trailing zeros to 2100 are named 023, 063, 21 and then are listed in the numerical order of 21, 023, 063 by XP Explorer. Bob folder files are _not_ ordered numerically but "alphabetically" like in 95. But then I noticed that in the Temporary Internet Files zeros in the title, i.E., it sorts the list numerically. When I copied some data folders and files from my old setup file list in the same way it does for the Temporary Internet Files folder? My data collection program drops all trailing zeros to save storage space so files for the sequential times 0230, 0630, machine with XP installed. The folders and files all have numerical titles representing the date of the data,i.E,
folders for any given year use the month and the old file names and, perhaps, modify the data collection program. My question then is - Can XP Explorer be set to sort a (95), I found they were no longer listed in the same order. The problem is that XP Explorer ignores any leading Warren
Under view you will see
Details------The one I think you want
Under arrang Icons Click to expand... It's been a long time since zeros in the title, i.E., it sorts the list numerically. My question then is - Can XP Explorer be set to sort a by you will see
type---------The one I think you want also
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But then I noticed that in the Temporary Internet Files folder files are _not_ ordered numerically but "alphabetically" like in 95. My data collection program drops all trailing zeros to save storage space so files for the sequential times 0230, 0630, 2100 are named 023, 063, 21 and then are listed in the numerical order of 21, 023, 063 by XP Explorer. I figured I have to add the trailing zeros to because of it being win95 given a different way of seeing these files, just rename them to way you like. Just right click in any empty space and scroll down and click on
View or Arrang Icons By
but maybe file list in the same way it does for the Temporary Internet Files folder?
Originally posted by rewar:
Recently got a new machine with XP installed. Bob Warren (95), I found they were no longer listed in the same order. The problem is that XP Explorer ignores any leading I've used win95 so sorry little help. The folders and files all have numerical titles representing the date of the data,i.E,
folders for any given year use the month and day numbers as title (mmdd format and the data files... Read more
Vista on Help ?? I don't want to do it manually cause i have to arrange all my files in "documents" into alphabetical order.
Hey gang, i'm looking for a way or program over 300 files which i use to fight Maleware . Any a HP
Go to doucments
right click on blank area then
Until about 6 weeks back all folders and file names appeared in alphabetical order when I opened a program or looked in My Documents. Now they are never in alphabetical order. Sometimes the last one used is at the bottom and each one opened after that will go to the bottom. I can go to View, click Icons, then go back to Lists and they will be in alphabetical order until I close the program and go back to it again, then they are out of order again. The same will happen if I have them in order under List-Icons. This happens in QuickBooks, My Documents, Word, Excel and all other programs. It is very time consuming to find the correct folder or file when I never know where it might appear.
How did you file them?Abcd---1234http:www.Snapfiles.Comfreewaresystemfwfilemanagement.Html
I suppose a DVD burning program will let me another temp directory in my preferred order. Previously, I would have to laboriously in my preferred order on my HD. I want to place them in that I want to move them to, without putting the numbers 1.(filename) 2.(filename) 3.(filename) etc. In front of each title to preferred order and not listed alphabetically by file name?
I've got 25 separate files of cartoons in a directory that are listed alphabetically, naturally. Before each file name to have them in my have them listed in my preferred order. However, I'd like to have them put the numbers 1. 2. 3. Is there a way to force Explorer not to list them in alphabetical order in that temp directory do that before I burn the files to DVD.
File systems are essentially built on a database and as such Windows can arrange based on multiple properties such as name, date, or file type but you can't just specify a display order without adding a prefix. To my knowledge Windows can only arrange based upon information that it can pull from the database.