This is a Windows Issue. FileBox eXtender is a free program that has 
this feature. It's on the File Boxes tab in the preferences.

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Regards,
Shmuel Wolfson

> Nancy Allison wrote:
>   
>> Hi, everyone.
>>
>> I am working on a large manual with many graphics that are imported by
>> reference. The graphics are organized in several directories, but even
>> so each directory contains many dozens of files.
>>
>> Every time I need to import a graphic, Framemaker initially presents the
>> graphics files to me in alphabetical order.
>>
>> It would be much, much more useful if every time I wanted to import the
>> graphics, they were listed by date, most recent date first.
>>
>> But, even after I reorder the graphics by date once, the next time I go
>> to import from that same directory, the files are again in alpha order.
>>
>> Is there a setting hidden somewhere in Frame that will let me tell it to
>> display files by date, when I open that directory? (I'd even settle for
>> it organizing ALL directories by date.)
>>
>> (I know I can copy the files I'm likely to use into a smaller directory,
>> work with them there, move them ultimately into the larger directory and
>> fix the broken links, but I'm trying to avoid this.)
>>
>> Thankee in advance.
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