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Anonymous
November 22, 2004 3:26:54 PM

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Is it possible to put a folder on the desktop containing files/shortcuts
etc.. that can be accessed as a menu rather than having to double click it,
to open it?

Thanks

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November 22, 2004 3:26:55 PM

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Have you tried the Quick Launch bar? You can put about as many shortcuts
there as you want and a single click will bring them up on menu.. You can
also put folders on there but I am not sure just how big you want to let
that folder get.
HTH,
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> Is it possible to put a folder on the desktop containing files/shortcuts
> etc.. that can be accessed as a menu rather than having to double click
> it,
> to open it?
>
> Thanks
>
>
November 22, 2004 3:26:56 PM

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Burt wrote:
> Have you tried the Quick Launch bar? You can put about as many shortcuts
> there as you want and a single click will bring them up on menu.. You can
> also put folders on there but I am not sure just how big you want to let
> that folder get.
> HTH,
Try dragging the folder to the edge of the screen and let go. It should
open as a toolbar where 1 click opens the files. To close, just right
click and select "close toolbar".
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