Enable Checkboxes for File Selection in Windows 7

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    First, we need to go to Windows explorer
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    That means we need to open "Computer". Double click the computer icon. It will open the explorer window.
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    Once the window has loaded, we need to press 'Alt' on our keyboard
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    From the newly acquired menu, select "Tools" and then click "Folder options..."
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    Once the "Folder Options" open, we need to click the "View" tab
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    Under "Advanced settings:", we have to scroll down to the option, "Use check boxes to select items"
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    Select the box, and then click "OK".
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    From now on, every file has a check box
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    The drives have check boxes, the computer icon has a checkbox, and all of the other folders.
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    This concludes our tutorial on how to enable check boxes for file selection on Windows 7 computers
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Recent edits by: Ash0hley, Lukward Thomason

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