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    Windows Explorer (OS-98/Offce 97)

    While in Windows Explorer I to go "MY DOCUMENTS" - the icon next to it shows an open folder with a pair of binaculors and it shows all my documents.

    When we go into Word/97 and do FILE, OPEN - either all or some of the file are not displayed. Anybody know what is going on? What do the binaculars mean.

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    Re: Windows Explorer (OS-98/Offce 97)

    Daniel, I am not sure what the binoculars are but when in Word and opening files the defaul file type is Word documents. This is shown near the foot of the file open dialog box. Click the down arrow and select al Files and you will see the entire contents of the folder. <img src=/S/clever.gif border=0 alt=clever width=15 height=15>

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    Re: Windows Explorer (OS-98/Offce 97)

    The binoculars icon is usually used to represent Find.
    Charlotte

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