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The Documents folder, named "My Documents" in versions of Windows prior to Windows Vista, is the default folder in which Windows saves text documents and other types of files. Likewise, Microsoft Office applications and other programs opens to the Documents folder when you wish to open an existing document. Learn about working with Windows Libraries, in which you will find the Documents folder in Vista or Windows 7, in the articles listed here. Find out how to change defaults for this folder as well as ways to access it more quickly.

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