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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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Copy all original files to appropriate subdirectory.
If the subdirectory still has one or more files in it, they may include the missing file under a new name or at least some hints about where it may have moved.
If you loaded a document from a particular subdirectory, it would be saved back into that subdirectory, unless you specified otherwise.
Select the subdirectory pub, then the subdirectory Acrobat.
A classic example of a direct manipulation dialogue [7, 24] is to move a file to another subdirectory by dragging its icon from the window of the old subdirectory to that of the new subdirectory.
Another efficient technique of eliminating redundancy is to create a subdirectory of programs and spreadsheets which incorporate standards.
In standard LTFS systems, each tape is seen as its own subdirectory or mount point; with a large library this can be hundreds or thousands of subdirectories, making it difficult for users or applications to know which one to write to.
Contract award notice: Supply of spare parts for the maintenance of the Phoenix MB hot box detector systems of the facilities subdirectory.
Most of the time, though, I would get a nice clean e-mail, along with a notice that there was an attachment that had been neatly stored in some subdirectory on my computer.
I mentioned that I had created a subdirectory for splitting and joining.
Your account on the UNIX server is often referred to as your "home" directory, whereas Web pages are often placed in a subdirectory called "WWW" or "pub lic_htmi.
Standard ISPs will have a user locate a company through their subdirectory and their page will pop up before the company's.