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DarkMystic122

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Last night I uninstalled a zip/rar compression program which after I did so made me unable to view any of my folders as a web page. The only folder I can do this is under is the My Documents folder. How can I make this option available again for the other folders? I am on a Win98 SE OS.
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Hi DarkMystic122...

I don't know what all you've tried, so I'll just start fresh.

Open "My Documents" (make sure it is displayed the way you want the others), click "View" on the toolbar, and choose "Folder Options".

Under the "View" tab, click the "Like Current Folder" button. In the "Advanced settings" window, put a tick in the box next to "Remember each folder's view settings". Click "Apply" and then "Ok".

Does this get your view back?

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Well I did what you said under the foler options that did not work. Ive tried seeing if I could find anything else in Folder Options that may work but so far nothings worked. Other than that I don't really know what else to do.
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