3 Sets with the same heading for pictures

  User-178362 22:53 19 Jan 2006

I have three sets of folders containing my pictures in. 1. C:\Documents and Settings\Ms Dimbo\My Documents\My Pictures (size 71MB) 2. Location: My Pictures. This folder has an arrow in it. 3. C:\Documents and Settings\Ms Dimbo\Local Settings\Application\Data\Microsoft\CD Burning. I have put them on disc. Now I would like to part with company them. Could you please help me find them so that I only have one in the reclye bin.I just can not think any more. I will have to give it a rest for a few days, If you have been following my threads.

  VoG II 23:01 19 Jan 2006

The ones with the arrow on are shortcuts. You can delete them.

  Skyver 23:06 19 Jan 2006

I hope you don't see this as patronising but maybe a brush up on Windows would help you get your head round file management, it's like driving a car; once you know the basics you can go anywhere (excuse the very broad and vague analogy, but I think it makes sense). This is mainly Windows 98, but the fundamental principles apply with any Windows system;
click here

  User-178362 23:53 19 Jan 2006

I know its difficult to believe but I did pass my CLAIT, It was some years ago, I know I could do with a refresher course. Thank you for the link. I let it get me down, so I lose the plot. No offense taken and none given.

  User-178362 23:59 19 Jan 2006

Sorted. I was worried incase I lost both my folders if I deleted one with the same name. Everything fine in this departement now thanks:-)

  Skyver 00:01 20 Jan 2006

I (and I'm sure many others) realise Windows is hardly intuitive. Remember the adage "A computer doesn't do what you want it to do, it does what you tell it to do."

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