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subdirectory

A disk directory that is subordinate to (below) another directory. Also called a "subfolder." In order to reference a subdirectory in a command line, the address must include all directories above it (see path). See folder.
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Unless you catch this and change the subdirectory to the proper one, your file will be saved in the different subdirectory, and you will have two copies of your workbook in two separate subdirectories.
Interrogatory answer, pleadings, your trial memorandum, and the pre-trial order should all reside in appropriate subdirectories that can be called up immediately for reference.
exe) - Allows administrators to regularly scan directories and subdirectories to find and authorize new applications and packages, such as software updates and patches, placed on the server.
If you plan to store many clippings in your computer, set up a directory and a host of subdirectories that resemble the organization of a filing cabinet with appropriate folders.
Organize the subdirectories "folders" in Macintosh lingo) on your hard-disk drive.
Files are viewed within their respective directories or subdirectories that are clearly identified on the display.
So the webmaster keeps track of all this with lots of directories and subdirectories.
They allow users to select the desired computer application (spreadsheet, database, word processing) by pressing one key--no need to get to the C:/(C prompt), change subdirectories and then enter a mysterious code.
The complete file system (drive letter) or single subdirectories can be shared over the network by using Windows permission controls.
Subdirectories, hidden files, system files and newer files can be selectively copied.
By pairing Contexion Services' continual discovery of inappropriate web sites and subdirectories with Telemate's own patent-pending Adaptive Filtering(TM) technology, NetSpective WebFilter provides a unique "dual inspection" process to deliver comprehensive web content filtering and reporting for enterprise, government, education and services provider networks.