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Is there a way to sort folder contents in Vista like in windows XP. I normally sort almost... everything on my computer by:

View -> Details. Arrange Icons By Name + Show in Groups

So you have a list for "#" "A" "B" etc. But I can't seem to do that in Vista. Is there a way?

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here are the steps you can try to sort by group.
right click on a empty area in the Windows Explorer window. then Click on Sort By, Group by, or Stack By. Choose the sort order you want the window to be sorted by.

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View details, and right-click on the sort-bar. You should have a field chooser option on the menu. When you click on that you'll have quite a few fields to choose from.

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All that did was sort them by like "A-H""I-P"
I want all the A's grouped together, and B's and such... I can't get it to sort like that. -.-

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in xp it was right click -> show in groups (once arranged by name)

should be the same in vista. check the screenshot.

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No its not the same in Vista... I knew how to do it in XP, simple stuff. But this is different. >=[

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