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      25th Feb 2012
Hey I want to create columns in windows 7.
I searched a lot of stuff but every where I found that "columns cannot be created in windows 7". But in virtual machine folder new columns are there in windows explorer.

So please help me to create new columns in detail view of windows 7.
 
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      25th Feb 2012
that makes no sense to me. you want to make columns in windows 7? where? all you have to do is use the auto arrange feature on the desktop to put the icons into pretty columns. other than that, i'm clue less.

 
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      26th Feb 2012
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that makes no sense to me. you want to make columns in windows 7? where? all you have to do is use the auto arrange feature on the desktop to put the icons into pretty columns. other than that, i'm clue less.

When we see detail view of any folder than columns are present like (size, name, date modified etc). There are around 300 diff column options are present. But I didn't suit my requirement.

So in short I want to create new columns in windows explorer so that i can represent details of file better.
 
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      27th Feb 2012
this.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...(v=vs.85).aspx

 
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      27th Feb 2012
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But that is supported only for xp or earlier version of windows.
I want it for windows 7
 
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      27th Feb 2012
ever heard of google?

Perhaps that is the best way to search for your solution. That's all I did.

 
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      27th Feb 2012
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ever heard of google?

Perhaps that is the best way to search for your solution. That's all I did.
 
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      27th Feb 2012
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=create+columns+in+windows+7

 



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