[] Navigating to a folder You can set Windows to show hidden files and folders by changing your 'View' settings in Folder Options, as shown here on Windows XP. You can access Folder Options from the 'Tools' menu in Windows Explorer (or 'My Computer') or from Windows Control Panel.

(Note: Windows Vista disables the File/Edit/View/Tools/Help menu in Windows Explorer. You can temporarily enable the menu bar by pressing the key.

If you want to permanently enable it click the Organize button, go to Layout and select Menu Bar.) In Folder Options, click the 'View' tab and, under 'Hidden files and folders', select 'Show hidden files and folders' ('Show hidden files, folders, and drives' on Windows 7). You might also want to uncheck the 'Hide extensions for known file types' box, so that you can see the file extensions for all files. If you still can't see the hidden files, you may need to uncheck the 'Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)' box. This should only be needed in rare cases, such as showing certain system files. Make sure you recheck this box after completing your task. Includes detailed instructions for viewing hidden files and folders on Windows versions up through Windows 8.

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[] Searching for a file Windows includes a built-in search tool that can be used to search for files and folders. If you are using Windows 2000, the instructions above will also enable searching hidden files and folders. If you are using Windows XP or Vista you must enable searching for hidden files and folders in the search tool itself. Search tool in Windows XP • Windows XP: Click 'Start → Search'. In the Search Results window, scroll down and click 'More advanced options'.

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Check the boxes, 'Search system folders', 'Search hidden files and folders' and 'Search subfolders', as shown above. • Windows Vista: (Previous to SP1) From the Windows Start menu, click 'Search'. In the 'Advanced Search' area, select 'Include non-indexed, hidden, and system files (might be slow)' In Windows Vista SP1 or later, follow the instructions below for Windows 7, which should be similar. • Windows 7: First make sure you have Windows set to show hidden files and folders ('Start -> Computer -> Tools -> Folder Options -> View -> Show hidden files, folders, or drives -> OK').

To search for files or folders in hidden locations, click 'Start -> Computer' and, in the window that opens, enter the name of the file or folder in the Search Computer box. [] Linux Linux hides files or folders that begin with a dot. Most file managers (Nautilus, Konqueror, Thunar) have a 'View -> Show Hidden Files' command that will make them visible.

If it doesn't have that exact command it should have something similar. For example the Dolphin file manager doesn't have that command because it lets you enable showing hidden files by modifying the folders view properties. Nautilus (the default file manager for Gnome) will not show any hidden files that end with a '~' (such as backup files generated by gedit). You can view them using a terminal window or a different file manager. Firefox, Thunderbird and SeaMonkey use the native file picker by default (for example, when adding attachments).

Mac Plus, you can save your documents in the cloud on OneDrive and access them from anywhere. While Internet access is required to install Office, you do not need to be connected to the Internet to use the Office applications.