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Chapter 31. Using Windows XP's Networkin... > Your Starting Point: The My Network ... - Pg. 373

Using Windows XP's Networking Features · Display My Computer's Folders bar and highlight My Network Places in the tree. 373 Whichever method you prefer, you end up with the My Network Places window staring back at you, as shown in Figure 31.1. Figure 31.1. The My Network Places folder is the starting point for your network meandering. If you have other Windows XP Home computers on your network, the Local Network section will probably display icons for those computers' Shared Docu-ments folders, which are automatically shared with the network (under the name SharedDocs). Note, too, that the WebView panel's Network Tasks section offers the following links: · Add a network place--You use this link to set up another computer's shared resource for use