The Show Folder Locations command uses the document's Keyword Values to dynamically associate the folder to the document. Missing values will affect whether the correct folders are returned. In the following examples, suppose that two Keyword Types are used to dynamically link a document to a folder.
If one value is left blank on the document, but not on the folder, the command returns the folder, even though the document doesn't reside in it.
If one value is left blank on the folder, but not on the document, the command does not return the folder, even though the document dynamically resides in it.
If a folder is indexed with multiple instances of a Keyword Type Group, the Show Folder Locations command will retrieve the folder only from documents indexed with values that are in the same instance of a Keyword Type Group on the folder.
This behavior occurs only if Keyword Types in the folder's Keyword Type Group are used to dynamically link the document to the folder, and if the Keyword Types are not in a Keyword Type Group on the document.