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Navigating Folders

Each folder window includes a toolbar that you can use to navigate from folder to folder. You can go back and forth among previously viewed content windows. You can also move up one level in the folder structure to the containing folder. For instance, you might move up to the desktop level and then open drives and folders to move to another branch of the folder structure.

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one.gif Click the Back button to go back to a previously viewed page.

two.gif If you have clicked Back, you can click Forward to return to a previously viewed page.

three.gif Click the Up button to display the next level up in the folder structure.

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