I like the Mac and OS X... but there are some things I really liked about Windows Explorer... and maybe I just don't know how to do it on the Mac... so if anyone knows, please share Let's say I'm saving a document using File-Save As. I navigate to a folder and realize I need a place to create a directory... I choose "New Folder" and give it a name... then I realize that I put the New Folder in the wrong location. Here's the question: On Windows, I can just right-click the folder, bring up the context menu and select Delete... on the Mac I can't figure out how to manipulate files while I'm in a Save As (or other file dialog) scenario... Do I have to go to the actual Finder application, locate the directory with the problem and then go about my fixes? Or is there a way to do it all in one spot? If no, will Leopard allow this? Thanks!