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Sorting, Grouping and Stacking



 
 
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Old February 2nd 10, 02:14 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.file_management
Fruit2O
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Default Sorting, Grouping and Stacking

I want to Sort or Group a folder containing *.AVI files by the date the
movie clips were taken. I've tried to sort/group by all the date
options - and either they don't work or no information shows up in the
column. I've Googled and it seems that other people are having the
same problem. I wonder if anyone reading this has a solution.

PS: I don't know what Stacking is - I haven't gotten that far yet.
 




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