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This is driving my boss crazy. He and I are using virtually identical machines running Windows 7 64-bit and mine does not do it. Is this a setting or some kind of bug or...?


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The "inc" Showing before the (X:\En... is the name of last folder in the actual path. In other words it is the folder in which the search result is found.

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That's how the Folder column displays the path, it can't be changed. You can display other columns instead by right-clicking on a column header and clicking More.... There are 2 other options which might interest you: Folder Path and Folder Name. Folder Path contains what you see in parentheses in the screen shot. Folder Name contains just the name of the containing folder.

You can then drag column headers left or right to reorder them in the results.

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