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New Folder In Windows XP

By jackrjack ·
Every time you create a new folder it opens with
the same size all the time and then you resize it
to the size you want.

This works fine on my computer
except for my Foppy, and DVD-CD Rom drives
I can resize them , but when I open them again
they are back to the larger size as if I created
a new folder.

I know all about resizing folders, but they will not stick for the Foppy, and DVD-CD Rom drives.
Since the folders for my Foppy, and DVD-CD Rom drives won't stick to there size like all my other folders I would like to know where in the registry, the setting is for the default folder size for a new folder?
So that each time I create a new folder, it will open to the size I want.

Thanks, jackrjack@hotmail.com

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to New Folder In Windows XP

Create a new folder, use bottom right corner to size folder window to the size you want. Then click on Tools menu, Folder Options, View and select Apply on All Folders to save settings.

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by jackrjack In reply to

In my question I said that I know all about setting folders.
I have already done the procedure you suggested.
If you read my question again you will see that all my folders
stick except for my Foppy, and DVD-CD Rom drives.
They open like a new folder size.
When I do the procedure you suggest all my folders revert back to the big size.
And after your procedure, when I create a new folder it still opens as a big folder.
This is why I want to know where the setting in the registry is for the default "New Folder" size.
Thanks, jackrjack@hotmail.com

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