Using the Bridge Folders panel is just like navigating folders via Windows Explorer, My Computer, or the Mac Finder. The Folders panel gives you an Explorer-like view of your computer and your storage devices (such as a CD-ROM drive or an external hard drive). Figure 6-1 shows how you can view folders using the Folders panel.
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Figure 6-1: Viewing folders in the Folders panel.
Another way to view folders and their contents through Bridge is to use the Look In menu on the Option bar, as shown in Figure 6-2.
Look In menu
Look In menu
The Look In menu gives you a hierarchical view of the folders contained in your Desktop, Favorites, and most Recent folders. Click a folder in the Look In menu, and the contents of that folder are displayed in the viewing area.
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