Question about Adobe Photoshop CS2 for PC
I have huge folders of photos and it would be nice when i open the
folder to find a photo if the defualt was thumbnail view instead of list or tile views. Is there any way to make thumbnail the default viewing preference?
thnx adam f NY
Your best bet is to use the built-in File Browser. It has 2 panes: 1 is a directory tree and the other is a thumbnail view of folder contents. I know Photoshop has this and would expect that Publisher has the same. So instead of going to File>Open, use the File Browser which is usually located near the top right-hand side of the toolbar within the application. Double-click a thumbnail to open the file.
There might be a special command within the application or a Windows registry setting that would enable a default thumbnail view in the Open dialog box, but I don't know of one off hand.
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