In the properties of a folder; General tab, its saying that the files in that folder is read-only and not the folder itself. Secondly, if you're not an admin of the computer, the admin person may have put restrictions on your account thus stopping you from making any changes so my best guess would be that you have a nice yarn with the admin to release some restrictions. Or the files under your account (see above) at the time of creation is locked to admin permissions only hence that is why the customize function is disabled. You can cheat by creating new folders and transfer the files you want and then you can do the things you want such as customizing it, etc. In case you are the admin. there is not customizing function for set folders created by the programmer. But be careful with system files and the like as the OS may be lost due to the moving of files to new folders NS location that the OS can't recognize at the time of OS installation hence can cause unwanted problems like OS can't boot up!!!
Yes, it is possible on windows XP home for a limited account to gain System privileges. (above administrator) Go to Start > Run Type in "cmd" with out the quotes and press enter. Now type in "at" again with out the quotes. If it responds with an
An organism responds to a stimulus.
Administration allows you to collect distribute and dispatch mail to the relevant companies and also the administrator stores and retrieves records and they organise meetings and handle documents and administrator responds promptly to any enquiries and they researches any relevant information that is needed in the company and the administrator is in charge of sending and receiving messages and they also manage the stock inside the business such as purchasing supplies of office stationery and they also plan events and make arrangements for them
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Its called stimuli: A signal to which an organism responds to.
Yes. There are three varieties of them in the eye. One variety responds to green, one variety responds to red, and one variety responds to blue.
To Melody a Soul Responds was created on 1915-07-14.
The Pacinian corpuscle responds to "mechanical" pressure i.e. touch.
Responds to the treatment above, it may take weeks to months to subside after treatment is initiated.
A physical or chemical change in an organisms environment to which it responds is a stimulus.
The factor in an experiment that responds to the manipulated variable
A responsive pleading is one that responds to what another party has filed. An answer responds to a complaint. An opposition to a motion to dismiss responds to a motion to dismiss. An affidavit and reply must be filed to a motion to dismiss a case.
The nervous system responds to incoming information and then responds to it. If you touch a very hot object and your hand jerks way, you can see it in action.
No. Workers Comp responds to injuries on the job and unemployment responds when you become unemployed.
GFI is a mini circuit breaker that responds to shorts or contact with water
It IS D because it responds to the light.
it responds to stimulus