|23 Mar 2011||#1|
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Browsing/Navigation of Windows Explorer
Not sure of this is an issue with Photoshop or Windows or both - or, most likely, an issue with me.
When doing graphics work and needing to browse between different folders to "Save" and or reopen files, I often need to re-navigate each time to a desired folder.
When opening a file, there is a "Favorites" tree available, great.
But when "Saving As" there is no way to return quickly and repeatedly to a specific folder.
Thankfully the "Recently Used" shortcut option has been added to Windows 7 but has become over populated with folders that I really don't use much.
Is there a way to permanently set folders in "Recently Used" and get rid of others that I do not want?
Or is there a way to establish a default folder/folders that will open each time to avoid having to re-navigate between folders?
Hope this is clear and not completely ignorant.
Thanks for any help.
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