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Hello Mohanned Aladin, and welcome to Seven Forums.
Using the Group by feature in the tutorial below should be what you are after. You would click on View (menu bar) -> Group by -> then how you want the folder to be grouped (ex: name, type, etc...).
Hope this helps,
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