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Default Folder or file details pop-up in "save" or "open" dialog boxes.

When you move the pointer over a folder or file name in the "save" or "open"
dialog box you get a pop-up that displays the following details for the file
or folder: type, author, title, date modified, and size.

There is a way to turn these pop-ups off (I've done it before), but I can't
remember how, and I can't find it in the help menus.

Anybody know how to do this?

Thanks.
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Default Folder or file details pop-up in "save" or "open" dialog boxes.

It's a setting in Tools | Folder Options | View in Windows Explorer (My
Computer).

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When you move the pointer over a folder or file name in the "save" or

"open"
dialog box you get a pop-up that displays the following details for the

file
or folder: type, author, title, date modified, and size.

There is a way to turn these pop-ups off (I've done it before), but I

can't
remember how, and I can't find it in the help menus.

Anybody know how to do this?

Thanks.


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Default Folder or file details pop-up in "save" or "open" dialog boxes.

Perfect! Thank you very much.

"GW" wrote:

When you move the pointer over a folder or file name in the "save" or "open"
dialog box you get a pop-up that displays the following details for the file
or folder: type, author, title, date modified, and size.

There is a way to turn these pop-ups off (I've done it before), but I can't
remember how, and I can't find it in the help menus.

Anybody know how to do this?

Thanks.

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