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subfolder

A folder that is placed within another folder. See subdirectory.
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Now, the user can modify the behavior of the option, "Put each file to separate archive" of the "Files" page by the two new options "Double extensions for archives" and "Archives in Subfolders." This way, back-up options are further enhanced and the user can sort the data based upon their requirements.
An organization can define access privileges at the repository, folder, subfolder, and item levels.
5 Example of added objects in subfolder "Basic methods"
The Google Drive interface is organized in folders, subfolders, and files.
The saved version of the show should not go into the subfolder you previously created.
The following simple and standardized structure was designed for providing the required information: a folder should be created which should include one subfolder for each team that the instructor wants to build.
A similar system can be created in Windows Explorer by creating a main folder, subfolders by category, such as "Corporations" or "Individuals," and a separate subfolder for each client.
Users prefer to search through documents in a folder and subfolder structure.
The program is powerful enough to provide for flexible and customizable file and subfolder naming to help you stay organized.
* When you arrive at a Web site you want to save, click Favorites > Add to Favorites and select the folder you want to put it in from the drop-down menu next to Create in, or create a new folder for it (or subfolder in the category you've selected) by clicking the New Folder button.
14, 2004, press release on Senate Bill 337 would be in your Press Releases subfolder entitled "SB337 040814," while a March 6, 2004 letter from your boss inviting Dave Jones to speak at a town hall meeting would be called "Jones Invite 040306," and filed in your Correspondence folder.
Captured clipboard items can be organized using the familiar folder and subfolder concept.