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Watch Folders in Photoshop Elements: Overview             If using Windows, you can specify watch folders in Photoshop Elements. These are folders that the Organizer should watch to look for new media that is added to the folders. By default, the “My Pictures” folder is set as the default watch folder in Photoshop Elements. You can

Change the View of a Folder in Windows 10: Overview             You can easily change the view of a folder in Windows 10. This lets you change the display of files and folders in the right pane of the File Explorer window. The view you choose is just a matter of personal preference. “Extra large

The Journal Folder in Outlook: Overview             You use the Journal folder in Outlook to record multiple types of interactions. The Journal records interactions with important contacts, the times when you create or open documents or Outlook items, and also many other activities.             Starting in Outlook 2013, the Journal folder

Create Folder Shortcuts in Outlook: Overview             You can create folder shortcuts in Outlook in the “Shortcuts” group on the Navigation Bar. To create folder shortcuts in Outlook, first click the “Shortcuts” button in the Navigation Bar. Then right-click the actual word “Shortcuts” shown within the Folder Pane.             Doing this then displays a popup

Add a Favorite to Microsoft Edge: Overview             When you add a favorite to Microsoft Edge, you mark a webpage as a “favorite” web page that is saved into your “Favorites” list within the Hub in Microsoft Edge, so you can easily find and view it again in the future. To add a favorite to

Create a New Folder in Windows 8: Overview             In this lesson, you will learn how to create a new folder in Windows 8 or Windows 8.1. After you begin to create and save files in Windows, you may want to create additional folders and subfolders to help you organize your saved materials. You can

Create Desktop Shortcuts in Windows 8.1: Overview             Instead of using File Explorer to navigate through the computer’s folders to find files in your computer, you can create a desktop shortcut that allows you to quickly open or access files, folders or programs. A desktop shortcut is an icon on your Desktop that opens an

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