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However you do it, stacking is equivalent to carrying out a batch of separate filtering operations, one for each of the available filtering criteria. Windows Explorer displays the outcome as a set of virtual folders, like the ones shown in Figure 7-7. (A virtual folder, denoted by a blue icon in Windows Explorer, is a collection of files and folders that typically do not correspond to a single disk-storage location. You can work with a virtual folder the same way you would work with an ordinary folder.)
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Figure 7-7 Stacking a folder produces a set of irtual folders, each one the equialent of a separate filtering operation.
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Note that the Address bar in Figure 7-7 starts with Search Results. When you stack a folder, you re handing off your folder to the search engine. The only practical importance of that fact is that the next time you open the folder that you have stacked (for example, the next time you open the Start menu and click Documents), you ll need to re-create the stack. If you want to reuse a stacked folder, click Save Search and give the search-results folder a name. (For more about saving search results, see Saving Search Results, later in this chapter.)
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If sorting, filtering, and stacking don t give you enough ways to organize or locate files, try grouping. Grouping generates a display comparable to the one shown in Figure 7-8 on the next page.
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Click to expand or collapse group
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Figure 7-8 Grouping, like stacking, puts like with like, but leaes you in a standard Windows Explorer context instead of a Search Results folder.
When you group, Windows Explorer collects all the items that have some common property (in Figure 7-8, file type is the property), displaying each group under a heading that can be expanded or collapsed. Figure 7-9 shows the same grouped folder with most of its headings collapsed.
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Figure 7-9 You can use the expand/collapse controls at the right side of a grouped folder to focus attention on particular items.
Because grouping, unlike stacking, leaves you in a standard Windows Explorer context instead of a Search Results folder, the grouped arrangement is stable; that is, the next time you open the folder, it will still be grouped.
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To return a grouped folder to its ungrouped state, don t bother opening headings (you won t find an Ungroup command there) . Right-click in the folder, choose Group By in the shortcut menu, and choose (None) in the submenu that appears .
Navigating in Windows Explorer
Navigating in Windows Explorer is easier than it used to be, thanks to two innovations in Windows Vista: the breadcrumb trail and Favorite Links.
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Navigating with the Breadcrumb Trail
As mentioned, Windows Explorer no longer displays conventional folder path specifications in the Address bar. The path is still there (although if it s long, it might be truncated on the left), but instead of using backslashes to separate folder names, Windows Explorer uses small arrows:
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More important, every element in the Address bar every folder name and each arrow is not an inert piece of text but an active control. Thus you can step from the current folder directly to any folder above it in the path by clicking on a folder name. For example, in the illustration above, you could move directly from the Screen Shots folder to the Microsoft Press folder by clicking Microsoft Press. The arrows meanwhile, as arrows so often do in Windows, open drop-down lists. Clicking the arrow to the right of Documents, for example, unfurls a drop-down list of subfolders of Documents:
The folder that s in the current path (in this case, Microsoft Press) is displayed in a bold font. But all of the folders in the lists are targets available to your mouse. Thus, the breadcrumb trail not only lets you move from the current folder to its parent, grandparent, or great-grandparent, it also lets you visit uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins, and their assorted spouses. In short, you can wander the whole family tree.
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