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Creating a Folder

Many folders are created automatically when you install a program. For example, when you install Word for Windows, the installation program creates a folder on your hard disk and places the Word for Windows files in that folder. You can use an application's designated document folders, or you can create folders yourself. For example, you might create a folder to hold any of the following groups of files:

  • Subject-related files (such as all sales documents, whether they are spreadsheet, word processing, or accounting files)

  • Application-related files (such as all word processing files or, more specifically, all letters to customers)

  • The files for an application that does not create its own folder during installation

  • All files you'll share with other network users


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