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Windows 7: default file/folder icon size won't hold when inserting into FrontPage


06 Dec 2011   #1

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default file/folder icon size won't hold when inserting into FrontPage

It's possible this is a FrontPage issue, but it seems like a Windows 7 issue to me.

When I go to insert a picture on a page in FrontPage, the "picture" window pops up, allowing me to traverse my Windows folders and files to select a picture.

I go to choose the "[COLOR=#3485bd !important][COLOR=#3485bd !important]icon[/COLOR][/COLOR] size" for my photos and it will not remember the selection, "large icons" for the size of my photos in the selection window. It always reverts back to "small icons". I can't make out such small folders and pictures. No matter which option I choose to view my pictures it always reverts back to "small icons".

Is this a Windows issue? I'm not sure why it just started happening.
Does anyone know how to fix this? Thanks!


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