|30 Apr 2010||#1|
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Accidentally moved a folder and cannot find it.
Search nearby folders
Since youíve moved them by dragging and dropping, the folder really canít be that far. The furthest it can go is 1 folder below any of the folders that are visible to you now. It cannot go suddenly 3 or 4 levels deeper. By expanding the folder via the plus characters (+) or arrows next to the folders, you should be able to reveal your moved folder.
Use the plus or arrow icons to expand the folders.
Full Folder list
If you noticed your accidental moving a little bit later, then the above method will not help you anymore. To prevent you from needing to click through every folder, you can also get a list of folders via the Folder Size option;
Using the Folder Size dialog to find back a folder by name.
Note: If you already have an idea under which folder the moved folder could be, you can also use the Folder Size button of that folder to narrow down your search.
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