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file open/views/details -set detail for office 2003 under VISTA

Postby a3Rt » Sat, 22 Nov 2008 04:37:01 GMT

I am having an annoying problem (upon file open or save /view ... I CAN'T GET 
TO SEE the precious "date modified" under VIEW DETAILS, even if I select it 
each time -- I only get the NAME Column under VISTA and Office 2003) 

Is this a known problem under VISTA and office2003 ?? 

system: VISTA Business SP1, Office 2003 SP3 

-- 
ktm_...an IT advanced amateur yet forever novice !

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each time -- I only get the NAME Column under VISTA and Office 2003)

Is this a known problem under VISTA and office2003 ??

system: VISTA Business SP1, Office 2003 SP3

 	
I am having an annoying problem (upon file open or save /view ... I CAN'T GET
TO SEE the precious "date modified" under VIEW DETAILS, even if I select it
each time -- I only get the NAME Column under VISTA and Office 2003)

Is this a known problem under VISTA and office2003 ??

system: VISTA Business SP1, Office 2003 SP3


-- 
ktm_...

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5.file open/views/details set details VISTA offfice sees NAME only!

To: Bob, AND Any one else  Who can enlighten me, Please:

I am having a similar yet more annoying problem (upon file open or save 
/view ... I CAN'T GET TO SEE the precious "date modified" under VIEW DETAILS, 
even if I select it each time -- I only get the NAME Column under VISTA and 
Office 2003) 

Is this a known problem under VISTA and office2003 ??

system: VISTA Business SP1, Office 2003 SP3



-- 
ktm_...an IT advanced amateur yet forever novice !


"Bob   Buckland ?:-)" wrote:

> Hi Xorren,
> 
> Welll, can't guarantee 'forever' and depending on your version of Office the open and save dialogs may exhibit 'independent
> thinking' <g>, but generally, in Windows Explorer Tools=>Folder Options  and when you set the folders decide if you want to let
> individual folders 'remember' their last settings.
> 
> ===================
>   <<"xorren" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in message news: XXXX@XXXXX.COM ...
> When I OPEN a file, I would like my VIEWS to always be set as DETAILS.  How
> can I set this to be the permanent and forever default, ...so that for every
> time, for all files and all folders the VIEW is always set to be DETAILS?
>   Thanks! <<
> -- 
> 
> Bob  Buckland  ?:-)
> MS Office System Products MVP
> 
>   *Courtesy is not expensive and can pay big dividends*
> 
> 
> 

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