Re: TRIM Expand All Function (543 Views)
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TRIM Expand All Function

Is there an "expand all" function in TRIM that can expand all sub-containers below a selected container?
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Re: TRIM Expand All Function

Hi Patricia,

The only method I've found so far to see all the contents of subfolders in one screen (and there may be another) is to tag all of the subfolders and double click.

That will open all the contents in a separate screen.

Not quite the same as expand all though (because you'll no longer see the original folders or subfolders in the screen).
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Re: TRIM Expand All Function

The universal Windows expand all is * on the number pad and this works in TRIM. Be careful though as some expand-alls can go on for ages depending on how many records are involved.
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Re: TRIM Expand All Function

You can also try CTRL - E .
This will do a 'select all' and in most cases expand all your results to display in the one window.


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