windows 10 quick access folders

Windows 10 Quick Access to folders

Quick access is part of File Explorer, and as the name implies, it provides quick access to folders. This usually refers to commonly used folders. In Windows 10, we have typical folders in Quick Access for documents, pictures, music, desktop, downloads and videos. File explorer can be found in the task bar.   Quick Access is on the left side below the ribbon. We can add some of our own folders. Let’s walk through an […]

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Changing The Wallpaper on iPhone or iPad

Behind all those icons of your favorite apps is the home screen wallpaper. Wallpaper is usually an image that sits in the background and adds something to our experience. Wallpaper images are usually images that mean something to us, like images of our family or images of our favorite scenery. Our devices have two wallpaper options. There is a lock screen wallpaper and a home screen wallpaper. The lock screen wallpaper is the one we […]

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Updating Apps on Android

Apps on Android devices are set to automatically update. This automatic update option can be disabled, and in that case we would need to update the Apps manually. If automatic update is enabled, we can choose to wait for the automatic updates to take place or we can choose to update one or more apps manually. In this lesson we will learn how to manually update apps.

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Google Site File Cabinet Versions In Google Sites

A powerful feature in File Cabinet Google Site pages, is the versioning of files. Versioning only takes place with documents or media that is uploaded from computers. To add files, click the Add file button.

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Google Site File Cabinet Document Descriptions

One of the features of File Cabinet pages in Google Sites, is the option to add descriptions to documents. This option isn’t readily visible. We need to move our mouse over to the right of a file until we see a yellow highlight. Once the highlight appears, click on the highlighted area.

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Working With File Cabinet Folders in Google Sites

Folders in File Cabinet pages are not easy to work with. They cannot be renamed and if they are removed, all the contents in the folders is also removed. If we can’t rename a folder, then we can move the existing contents of a folder to a new folder with the name we want for the folder.

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Organizing Google Sites File Cabinet Documents Into Folders

File Cabinet pages are a great way to share documents with individuals, an organization or the world. The number of documents and media on a File Cabinet page can get long very quickly. With a File Cabinet page we can organize documents and other media into folders for better organization. We have a File Cabinet page with several documents. We can begin to organize these into folders. Before documents or media can be placed into […]

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File Cabinet Pages In Google Sites

A file cabinet page is a specific page in Google Sites that is designed to share documents from our Google drive with others. This is similar to sharing a Drive folder but a File Cabinet has some additional features that make is very useful. One feature is the option for people to subscribe to the page. This means that once a document is added or removed, subscribers will be notified.

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Change Drive folder list location in Google Sites

We can use Google Sites to share a folder of documents with specific people, people in an organization or with the public. If you don’t know how to do this, please read my lesson for creating a Drive folder document list. When sharing a Drive folder there are times when we might need to change the folder we are sharing with a completely different folder. In this example, we have a Drive folder with several […]

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Folder Document List In Google Sites

Google Sites is a great way to integrate the distribution of documents. One of the page options is a File Cabinet page. A File Cabinet page lists documents imported from a computer or from Google Drive. We don’t need to create a File Cabinet page to distribute documents through our site. We can easily add a link to a folder of documents, images or any media in Drive. If you would like to create a […]

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