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RiffRaffCat75

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OK, I created my kids their own accounts on the family pc, but when I log into their accounts I still see all MY photos and files in their pictures and documents folders. I thought once you created a new account, all the folders in that new account would be empty so that that account holder could use it for their own purposes. What have I done wrong and how do I fix this? I don't want my photos and files to be available to them in their accounts, just in my account.
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Never mind! I figured it out and fixed it. I'm a big dummy and didn't notice that the stuff that I was seeing was in the "public" folder. So I fixed it and now you don't see it anymore.
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thanks for letting us know... :thumbsup:
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