Hey everyone, It's hard to explain something so visually orientated--hopefully I'll make myself comprehensible. In Finder, I would like to be able to display files in Icon view and have the Finder window automatically arrange the Icons downward (vertically) when I adjust the size of the icons or Finder window so that no horizontal scroll bar and only a vertical scroll bar appears, rather than having both a horizontal abd vertical scroll bar appear, which makes navigation very clumsy and inefficient. I found that I can do just that if I select "Select View Options (or Command+J)," then under "Arrange by," if I choose to arrange by any of the available choices other than "Snap to Grid" the Finder Window for that folder will never display a horizontal scroll bar no matter how I size the Icons or the Finder window itself. However, oddily, if instead of following the action I just described I right-click a white space in the folder window to bring up the context menu and select "Arrange by" and choose any of the available choices, consequently the horizontal scroll bar still appears when I resize the icons and Finder window. This action and the one above seem equivalent to mean. Why does this second route not effect the same change? And my second question, is it possible to apply this Finder window behavior (no horizontal scroll bar) to all windows or do I have to do this every single time for every folder I wish to view this way? Thanks a lot. Do let me know if I need to clarify what I've written if it's not easily understood.