Multi-Column view... like Windows

Discussion in 'macOS' started by prograham, Oct 27, 2008.

  1. prograham macrumors member

    prograham

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    #1
    Hi all,

    So I just got my boss to move over to mac since our he was the last one on windows in our all mac network (we are a video production house). But, he is an older gentleman and not computer savvy like the rest of us.

    Although he is all for being on a mac, his biggest concern right now is being able to view all his folders. He has hundreds of folders on his network drive; years of important tax, personal, and business documents.

    He'd like a way to be able to open a finder window and enlarge it to fill the screen, and then have all his folders display in "list-mode-with-multi-columns" as windows can do, so that the scroll bar is then at the bottom and you would scroll to the right to see more.

    I hope you all know what I mean, please let me know if I'm not clear because I am really hoping someone knows of something like this.

    Thanks for your help!
     
  2. hiddenpremise macrumors regular

    hiddenpremise

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    In finder there are different view modes. If you open a new finder window click on the 3rd button of view modes or go to the view menu and click column view.
     
  3. eleven2brett macrumors regular

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    There is a full screen finder application called Maximizer. I think i found it on Apple's site in the download section.
     

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