Unique file situation

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Performance' started by Doorman, Apr 12, 2007.

  1. Doorman

    Doorman Guest

    Hi,

    I have a scheduling / management software package that allows multiple
    users. Each file then lets (me) store notes, internet information,
    contacts, etc. I name them blah1.***, blah2.***, blah3.***, and so on.

    In my Program Files\Software directory I can find the software files, and
    the "root" information file. The subsequent files (throught the search
    option) can be found as shortcuts in several different "user" locations. In
    each case it's a shortcut. If I view properties of the shortcut, it shows
    the stored location as the Program Files\Software\ directory.

    When opened, I can save the file to the correct Program File directory.

    However, when viewed using Windows Explorer, the user files do not appear.
    I can't find the correct selection in folder options to show these files. I
    can open each one, change it, and save it to the right folder, but can't
    find it through windows explorer.

    It's not a hidden or operating file, and I have the option selected to show
    such files anyway.

    Any suggestions?

    TIA

    John
     
    Doorman, Apr 12, 2007
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