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When using libraries in Win7 Explorer and adding multiple folders, by default the subfolders are grouped by included parent folder displayed like large headers with expand/collapse capabilities.

If possible, how to make each included folder display in the library just like normal folders instead of the large headers?

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Goto 'View' then 'Group By' and change it to (none).

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Worked on mine, but now i can't change it back! What's the default anyone? :) – HaydnWVN Feb 22 '12 at 16:45
That just removes the headers and juxtaposes the subfolders of each parent folder. This is not what I'm after. I'm looking for a folder view of the parent folders (in which their subfolders aren't initially visible). – agib Feb 23 '12 at 8:51
Btw, to revert your settings, right-click in the library, select Group By -> More... -> Folder name (or what it's called in English). – agib Feb 23 '12 at 8:53
Goto Libraries and right click 'Pictures', then 'Properties' - it displays all the locations used? – HaydnWVN Feb 23 '12 at 10:10

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