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Global View Options

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Do you like to have your folders look one certain way? Do you like using a certain view better than another?

This How-To Article shows you how to set global view options, (view options that are applied to all folders when viewing them) in Windows 98.


Global View Options

1. Double-click the "My Computer" icon from the Desktop.

2. Double-click the "C:\" icon from the window that appears.

3. Customize the view as you want it for each folder. (Example: set View settings from the View menu, set backgrounds, etc.)

4. Once you have the look that you would like to use for all your folders, click the View menu and select "Folder Options..." from the menu that appears.

5. Click the "View" tab.

6. Click the "Like Current Folder" button.

7. Click "Yes" from the dialog box that appears to change your settings.

8. Click OK.

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