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The Previous Versions feature described in this chapter is not available in Windows Vista Home Basic or Windows Vista Home Premium .
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Figure 7-1 shows a folder containing two Microsoft Word documents and a subfolder. All of the several optional display elements are deployed in this example. The folder contents are shown in Large Icons view, one of several view options available in Windows Explorer.
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Navigation pane
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Details pane
Figure 7-1 The new Windows Explorer includes these display elements, some of which are optional.
The important landmarks, optional and otherwise, are as follows:
Navigation pane The optional Navigation pane, which appears at the left side of the Windows Explorer display, hosts a set of Favorite Links that provide instant access to particular folders. Windows provides some by default; you can add and subtract from this list as needed. The Navigation pane can also display the Folders list, a navigable outline of your folder structure. Details pane Running across the bottom of the window, the Details pane displays properties for the selected item. With many file types, you can add your own tags here, and you can use these tags in searches. Display of the Details pane is optional. Preview pane As its name suggests, the Preview pane lets you view the contents of a file without opening it. Its appearance and behavior vary, depending on what kind of file is selected. When a file containing text is selected (as in Figure 7-1), the Preview pane lets you read some or all of that text. Select an Excel workbook, and the Preview pane provides a navigable, read-only spreadsheet. Select a media item, and, as Figure 7-2 shows, you get a miniature player. The Preview pane is optional.
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Figure 7-2 The Preiew pane proides a miniature media player when music or ideo is selected.
Command bar Unlike the other display elements described thus far, the Command bar is not optional; it s a permanent fixture. It s also not customizable. As you can see by comparing Figures 7-1 and 7-2, however, Windows Explorer varies the content of the Command bar so that it provides commands that are relevant to the selected item. Menu bar Lying directly above the Command bar is the optional menu bar a relic from Windows XP. Most of its offerings are now duplicated in the Organize and Views commands (or, in some cases, on the shortcut menu that appears when you right-click in Windows Explorer). Nevertheless, some Windows XP veterans prefer to keep the menu bar visible because it takes up little space and leaves frequently needed functionality (such as the Folder Options dialog box) in familiar places. (In fact, the menu bar does include some commands that are not available elsewhere in Windows Explorer; see Figure 7-3.)
Figure 7-3 Most of the menu-bar commands are now aailable elsewhere; the first three on the Tools menu, howeer, are not.
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Another quick way to get to the Folder Options dialog box is to type Folder in the Start menu s Search box . Folder Options should pop to the top of the search results list, under the heading Programs . If the menu bar isn t displayed, you can make it appear temporarily long enough to open a menu and execute a command by pressing Alt or F10 .
Address bar Like its counterpart in a web browser, the Address bar shows you where you are and helps you get where you want to go. (You can even type a URL here and launch your web browser, although that s hardly its principal function.) Because of its new breadcrumb trail feature, the Windows Vista Address bar is dramatically more useful than its forerunner in Windows XP.
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The Address bar no longer shows you the full path of the current folder in the traditional manner, with backslash characters separating folder names . If you need to see (or edit) the full path displayed that way, click anywhere to the right of the path in the Address bar or right-click the path and choose Edit As Address .
Search box Typing in the Search box launches a search rooted at the current folder. It s a great tool for finding an item you re sure is located either in the current folder or a subfolder of the current folder.
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