Where Is The File Menu In Vista?

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    Jason

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    <SPAN>Vista’s sleek new interface is cool and all, but sometimes the classic File/Edit/View is the shortest distance to what you want to do. In Windows Explorer windows and in Internet Explorer you can bring up the old menu ribbon by tapping the ALT key. In Windows Office applications, tapping ALT will superimpose shortcut keys over the existing menu structure so that you can access any of these functions from the keyboard.</SPAN>

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    I'm still missing the pageup button
     
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    I totally agree, i miss the page-up button too! plead to microsoft and maybe they will release it in their service pack

    :p

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    I'm sure this is a daft question but I'm puzzled, which page up button are you talking about ?
     
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    I think they mean the button to go "up" in the directory tree one level.



    That "feature" is provided in Vista in the top line of the Explorer window just to the right of the navigation buttons.
     
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    Press the left alt button to access the menu.

    Hope this helps.
     
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