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Sometimes you may need to open a folder of a file, which gets often open from a ribbon. Most likely you didn't put the folder on the ribbon yet.

And you don't have to! The context menu has a menu to do just that!

 

Example 1.

To open the folder, which may contain other files you need open the context menu with the right click:

RibUnexFolder

 

Example 2.

You open a document from a ribbon. You need to copy it on a Flash-drive.

Do it the same way. Navigate to this document with the context menu and make a copy.

 

Note.

For the button in the Designer window you can change the navigation folder in the input field "Main properties\Path for transition". To position on a folder instead of opening it put symbol "<" at the tail. For instance:

C:\Windows\System32<