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Postby whodat » Wed, 23 Jan 2008 15:27:54 GMT

When I open power point 2003 and click OPEN, all my folders are showing up 
in reverse order. (z -----a)...I prefer them (a-----z).  This is happening 
only in PPT 2003. This started earlier this evening.  I know it has to be 
something simple but I haven't figured it out yet.  HELP PLEASE. 



Re: showing files

Postby Luc » Wed, 23 Jan 2008 16:13:26 GMT

Whodat,
In the open file dialog, click the little arrow next to the view button, 
choose details, that should give you a set of columns which you can use to 
sort the list, just click on the column header, in your case that would be 
the name column. See if it helps.

-- 
Luc Sanders
(MVP - PowerPoint)


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Re: showing files

Postby whodat » Thu, 24 Jan 2008 01:57:10 GMT

Thanks Luc...I knew it would be something simple Have a nice day.








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