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I've created a new user profile in windows XP pro

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Anonymous
February 16, 2005 1:45:03 AM

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And , ofcourse when I log on to the new profile, some of the programs are not
in the new profile when I look for them in the start menu?I log into the
original profile name and its there and available? How do I copy or send the
file to the show under the new logon account? Also, how do I move all of the
important files to this new profile to?

Thanks,
NEW2TECHBZ

I am running XP pro
--
I am very thankfull for anyhelp that I recieve and I promise to return the
favor to others in return.
Anonymous
February 16, 2005 4:54:51 AM

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You can copy the shortcuts that were created into the "All Users" profile so
that they'll be available to everyone.

Copy the shortcuts from -

"C:\Documents and Settings\<USERNAME>\Start Menu\Programs\"

to -

"C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs"

If you only want them available to the new profile, copy them only to the
appropriate user's path.

"NEW2TECHBZ" <helpme@whatamess.com> wrote in message
news:610C8ECF-9743-447C-A9E9-BE8C196AB8D5@microsoft.com...
> And , ofcourse when I log on to the new profile, some of the programs are
> not
> in the new profile when I look for them in the start menu?I log into the
> original profile name and its there and available? How do I copy or send
> the
> file to the show under the new logon account? Also, how do I move all of
> the
> important files to this new profile to?
>
> Thanks,
> NEW2TECHBZ
>
> I am running XP pro
> --
> I am very thankfull for anyhelp that I recieve and I promise to return the
> favor to others in return.
Anonymous
February 18, 2005 12:49:03 PM

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Thank you very much, I have done so and I can now use things as they were
before. =OP

"DJ Borell" wrote:

> You can copy the shortcuts that were created into the "All Users" profile so
> that they'll be available to everyone.
>
> Copy the shortcuts from -
>
> "C:\Documents and Settings\<USERNAME>\Start Menu\Programs\"
>
> to -
>
> "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs"
>
> If you only want them available to the new profile, copy them only to the
> appropriate user's path.
>
> "NEW2TECHBZ" <helpme@whatamess.com> wrote in message
> news:610C8ECF-9743-447C-A9E9-BE8C196AB8D5@microsoft.com...
> > And , ofcourse when I log on to the new profile, some of the programs are
> > not
> > in the new profile when I look for them in the start menu?I log into the
> > original profile name and its there and available? How do I copy or send
> > the
> > file to the show under the new logon account? Also, how do I move all of
> > the
> > important files to this new profile to?
> >
> > Thanks,
> > NEW2TECHBZ
> >
> > I am running XP pro
> > --
> > I am very thankfull for anyhelp that I recieve and I promise to return the
> > favor to others in return.
>
>
>
Anonymous
February 18, 2005 4:04:57 PM

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You're welcome, glad I could help

"NEW2TECHBZ" <helpme@whatamess.com> wrote in message
news:72769636-1353-435E-AC58-E64D642A0626@microsoft.com...
> Thank you very much, I have done so and I can now use things as they were
> before. =OP
!