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Chapter 16. Viewing and Finding Files > Searching for Documents

Searching for Documents

If you cannot find a particular file by browsing, even after changing the view or sorting, you have another option: You can search for it. You can search for several different file types. From the search results, you can then open, print, copy, or move the file.

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The other tabs are more useful for reviewing information and making advanced changes. For example, you can click the View tab to select advanced settings for file view (such as displaying the full path for files or folders in the address or title bar, or selecting whether hidden or system files are displayed). Use the File Types tab to review the various file types with the associated program. This information is important because if you double-click a file icon, Windows uses the associated program to open that file. You can view the extensions, file types, and details from the File Types tab.



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