Tree Mode

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TREE MODE [F7]

The Tree Mode displays a list of subdirectories in the current drive. It may be used instead of the "Change Path" command to jump to a subdirectory. It is a "toggle" switch to enter and exit tree mode. Go into tree mode when you want to select a different directory.

This is an example of how to use the Tree Mode: From the root directory, press the [F7] key to enter the Tree Mode. A list of all the subdirectories on the current drive will appear. Position the pointer at the desired subdirectory and press [Enter]. All files for that subdirectory will be listed. To view the subdirectories of this directory, press [F7] again. Additional subdirectories, if any, will be displayed. To list files in an additional subdirectory, position the pointer and press [Enter]. When listing files, you exit Tree Mode. To enter Tree Mode, press [F7]. The message [Prev Dir] (Date) will appear. Press [Enter] to return to previous subdirectory file listing or Right Arrow to enter Tree Mode. The Tree Mode is an alternative to using the "Change Path" ([F6]) command.


  F7    Enter and Exit Tree Mode

R Rename Subdirectory

-> Jump to SubDir - move to the next tier of subdirectories

<- Jump to SubDir toward Root - move to the next tier of subdirectories toward the root

RET Jump to SubDir and Exit Tree Mode - move to the subdirectory indicated by the pointer and return to the regular mode

\ Jump to Root Directory - move to the root directory

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