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Opening an Enclosing Folder from a Finder Window

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In this tip for the Mac, I show you my favorite way of opening an enclosing folder through a Finder Window.

In this tip for the Mac, I show you my favorite way of opening an enclosing folder through a Finder Window. It’s super easy, all you do is hold down the command key while clicking on the folder icon at the top of a Finder window, a drop-down menu will appear where you can select the enclosing folder(s) of the folder that you are in. See how you can open an encasing folder through a Finder window in the video above.


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