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  1. #1
    Peter
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    Default Have to scroll down to see files in Win Explorer

    After deleting a 'swag' of files some time ago from a Directory, only two icons are visible at the top of the window in Win Explorer.
    I now have to scroll down to see the other 38 icons.
    Usually after deleting icons in the center of a window the 'gap' is self-closing, ie the others move up.
    The icons are almost invisible, apart from the scroll-bar on the right of the window indicating something is hidden out of sight.
    What have I done wrong?
    Can anyone help, please.
    Peter E

  2. #2
    loser
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    Default Re: Have to scroll down to see files in Win Explorer

    try hitting F5 in the window. what view have you got it on? large icons, small icons, list, details ??
    the icons being semi transparent would suggest that they are hidden, and you've got the option to view them ON in tools -> options

  3. #3
    Heather P
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    Default Re: Have to scroll down to see files in Win Explorer

    You could try moving into the folder then selecting "View; Details". This will give a list. Then change it back to icon view (I personally prefer a list view anyway).

  4. #4
    Peter
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    Default Re: Have to scroll down to see files in Win Explorer

    Thanks for your help.

    Changing the View brought all the 'little soldiers' back in line at the top of the viewable window.

    Peter E

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