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Windows XP Folder Templates

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Hello, my 'My Documents' folder has started to act like a folder that contains videos. My 'My Documents' folder has never contained anything but folders, so I don't know how it's changed. Does anybody know how to change it so it displays 'File and Folder Tasks' instead of 'Video Tasks'? Also, my 'My Videos' folder says 'Picture Tasks' and my 'My Music' folder says 'File and Folder Tasks'.

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You can't just right click and select properties, select customise and change the folder template, because there's no customise tab in any of the default 'My... ' folders.

Oh, and does anybody know why my side panel thingy, doesn't look like it's supposed to? When using XP Blue, isn't the background of it supposed to blue? (like in the below screenshot- I just typed 'XP My Computer' into google images and saved the first image that came up- not my 'My Computer' screen) It used to be, but then i started to use the Windows Classic style, which had a side panel which looked like that, and when I switched back to XP Blue it looked like that. Do you know how to change it back? It really irritates me- it's not really very attractive, it's plain and boring. And... In Office, the toolbar backgrounds aren't blue... like they should be. They're grey.

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Please Help Someone :tazz:
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